im 16 years old this last week i started haven heart adrenalins and then i get these pains on my left side under my nipple it feels like a needle pookin it with a tip and it gose and comes back from time at night i can sleep rite
Without getting more of a history and examination, I cannot say for sure what the cause of your chest pain is. However, it is quite likely that your chest pain is due to a musculoskeletal cause. We do see chest wall pain quite frequently in teenagers, but the history can vary, so it’s important to make sure that a good history is obtained. Briefly, sharp pain in adolescents is common, is only a nuisance, and needs no medications. It is often brief, worse with inspiration, and not severe. The bottom line here, though, is that often knowing that this is not a heart attack is reassuring enough that the pain can be ignored till it disappears.
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