i been having bad pain in my rib cage. I am pretty healthy no injuries or anything i can think of that would be causing such pain. It feels as if both ribs are being squeezed tightly to the point where i been having to unhook my bra just so it wouldnt apply any more pressure to my already hurting rib cage. I had this pain like maybe 2 months back and its been happening off and on. For the last three days its been happening frequently i had it two nights ago and today around 7pm i usually just felt the normal pressure in my rib cage but yesterday and today was really different in the way that after i started having the pain i got really hot really fast and it would hurt to breath cuz my ribs were in pain. i paniced today and felt like i was gonna lose my breathe to the point where i was feeling dizzy but i held my breathe and by some miracle i was able to calm myself down. it went away but i just dont know what this could be. plz help.
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