Im 16 years old and ive been having there chest pains on my left side its my whole barest sometimes it hurts under my breast then sometimes on the left side of my left breast or the right side of my left breast or on top it hurts sometimes when i breath an sometimes it just keeps hurting an wont stop this started a year ago then it stopped now it started again its been 2 weeks an im not sure what it is should i go see a doc or will i be fine i hope i made sense
thank you for your answer ^_^
i have had striking pains by my lymph nodes on the left side. When i spoke to my doctor about it. The did an ekg which came back abnormal and then they did a stress test which came back normal and two ekg after that and they were normal. i just feel tired and if i work out it just makes me feel exhausted. Here lately it seems to be more in my chest but the pain comes and goes but 3 times worse when i am menstruating.
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