wen i sleep at nite on my right side. its really painfull it feels like my bones are rubbing against each other. it dosnt hurt wen i sleep on my left side. iv been sleeping on my left side for a while now.
iv notice that i av kind of like a gap between my breat bone and my rib cage on my left side. but my right side dosnt av a gap at all. is there sumfin wrong wiv me?? is this normal?? plz help.
Hi, the strong possibility in your case would be musculoskeletal pain, insidious rib fracture which occurs due to repeated and unaccustomed activity involving upper trunk or arms can lead to such pain. Respiratory causes like pleurisy can also be suspected but it is ruled out in your case.
For musculoskeletal pain or insidious rib fracture rest to the upper trunk by limiting the activity and painkillers will be suffice. Do not worry; pain will reduce in a week, keep taking shallow breaths. Avoid sleeping on affected side. I suggest you to consult physician. Take care and regards.
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