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What's this pain?

(11 Posts)
WhatCanItBe82 Sat 15-Apr-17 21:02:31

I've a pain under my left Boob, was really sharp yesterday but passed after 10mins so put it down to stress (recently moved house).
Today it really aches and throbs, comes and goes but now it's bad enough for me to take painkillers.
What could it be? Anxiety?

WhatCanItBe82 Sat 15-Apr-17 22:14:53

Or anyone have any remedies? Tried loads!

esk1mo Sun 16-Apr-17 01:04:12

could be costochondritis (inflammation of rib i think) or a trapped nerve.

maybe try with a hot water bottle on the area?

WhatCanItBe82 Sun 16-Apr-17 01:45:30

Fab will go get one tmoro , still in pain sad

lazydog Sun 16-Apr-17 05:50:17

Under, as in behind your ribcage, or underside of the boob?

WhatCanItBe82 Sun 16-Apr-17 07:00:16

Behind rib cage

lazydog Sun 16-Apr-17 07:23:48

Sounds like where I feel my oftentimes excruciating heartburn and mine is usually triggered by stress or diet. Can you get hold of over the counter ranitidine 150mg and see if it helps? It's not the best, but it's the best I can get without prescription over here (Canada), so may well be the strongest you can find on an Easter Sunday. They're meant to be one a day but I have taken 2 in the same day when it's been very bad and I survived.

lazydog Sun 16-Apr-17 07:26:44

Probably worth getting any chest pain checked out by a dr though, not just assume that it's the same cause as my problem.

FabulouslyGlamorousFerret Sun 16-Apr-17 07:28:34

I was prescribed Ranitidine at 300mg, so took 4 of the regular tablets when my prescription ran out.

If that doesn't ease it, give NHS direct a ring (or whatever it is now) and see what they say, there are other things that need ruling out I imagine.

WhatCanItBe82 Sun 16-Apr-17 09:00:22

I'm already on ranitidine and ompelrazole sad

WhatCanItBe82 Sun 16-Apr-17 09:02:17

Sorry pressed send too soon, have lidnocaine patches for other reasons. I've put one on the area and it's eased a bit but still painful

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