Me too! It's been happening since I was a kid. I'm 40, now. Once or twice a year I will get a sharp, stabbing pain right where my heart is- like a huge air bubble is going through it!! I had it last night, and thought I was going to die! It lasted about 4-5 seconds. I haven't gone to the doctor for it, yet, but I will.
OMG Im 13 and Im having the same problems idk what to do I will just be sitting in class and the it feels like I have a air bubble right near my heart but then I take a deep breath and I hold it in and it pops but then it comes right back and sometimes I will just be laughing and a sharp pain comes back to hat same place and idk what to do! Should I go to the doctor? What is happening! I hate it and I read all these comments online and how this is happening to yall also and I just need advice do yall have any?
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