hi if your left sternum seems higher than your right sternum does this mean its misaligned or dislocated? I get no pain in my sternum excpet when i had fell off that jetski real hard just for one day on that exact day.i get some pain in my pallate but should i see a doctr to check out my sternum?and if so which kind
How are you? When did this condition started? Is this right after the jet ski accident? Is there pain right now or difficulty of breathing? A bone doctor or orthopedic surgeon could help with your condition. To rule out any fractures in the sternum, an xray may be done. Take care and keep us posted.
hey thanks for your reply im okay,yeah it happened right after the jetski fall,there is no pain in my sternum but i get pain close to it on my neck.and i also feel a tightness on my neck but i have no pain on my sternum it just that my left side looks higher than my right
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