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Pain in sternum by Angus Finningshit - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 20:41:54 EST ID:IuzjpJ/C No.55342 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I have developed a recurring pain in my celiac plexus, right at the bottom of my sternum. My first guess is that it has to do with smoking too much weed... but wouldn't that cause pain in my lungs? This is definitely not my lungs, I can press my fingers to the spot in the center of my chest and push and it feels like maybe a bruise in my muscles? I'm not coughing or wheezing (any more than normal) This definitely feels like the dead center front of my chest. Maybe it's part of my diaphragm that hurts?

I have pretty good posture and I spend a significant amount of time standing up, although I guess I lean over to pick stuff up a lot. But that, again, would be more back pain that front pain?

I have a doctors appointment coming up for unrelated reasons, but I wanted to try and narrow down what the causes might be before I go see him. Thanks for any help guys!

In the meantime I guess I'll switch back to smoking bongs...
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A_Wizard !cMZsY.BCnU!!vVWR8L52 - Sun, 25 Mar 2018 22:54:08 EST ID:p98oIwAn No.55343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55342
Are you one of those guys who always smokes until they're hacking up both lungs through their eyesockets, on every single hit?
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George Drummlehare - Tue, 27 Mar 2018 20:03:55 EST ID:r1Y31/eq No.55345 Ignore Report Quick Reply
could be related to stomach. ulcer, reflux, etc. ever had any GI problems before, or fam history?
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Nathaniel Trotstock - Wed, 04 Apr 2018 18:06:28 EST ID:seInJVW2 No.55359 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bad posture I'd reckon.
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Eugene Grandwill - Sat, 23 Jun 2018 02:10:36 EST ID:Ue1w0Q7o No.55451 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I would like to hear your doctors response, I used to have a pain in that spot in between the rib cage like my bone was sharp and touching my lungs or some thing
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Basil Duvinghuck - Wed, 10 Oct 2018 16:59:53 EST ID:IOSQ35m1 No.55573 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55359
And fat, no offense, coming from experience.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:49:04 EST ID:R0Ou9c8/ No.55581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55342
I have had this since 2012. Felt like the end had been sawn off the little bone. Couldn't sit down at all because it felt like it was digging in. Went to the doc and told her she couldn't touch it when she asked. I was diagnosed with a virus in the bone causing inflammation. I have been taking 2x 30mg dihydrocodeine 4x a day since diagnosis. Pain comes and goes - will suddenly worsen to pain that takes your breath away (hurts to breathe because of movement when chest expands) which lasts a week, then tapers off to zero pain for a fortnight or so before returning. I've been stuck in this cycle 6+yrs. Doctor doesn't know of any medicine to kill the virus.
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Hannah Pibberstock - Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:00:34 EST ID:R0Ou9c8/ No.55582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55342
Imagine laying down and someone putting a pool cue against your sternum, then putting all their bodyweight down through it! It's a constant, deep ache. Agonising.


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