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I have a suspicious breast lesion and have chest pain when I breathe

by Guest6935  |  10 years, 3 month(s) ago

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I have an appointment with a surgeon tomorrow regarding the results of my mammogram and ultrasound

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  1. amomipais82
    Hi,
    The pain of lobar pneumonia often begins as a general sense of pressure and aching, usually localized to one side of the chest. The pain begins around the time of the chills heralding the onset of the infection. Later, as the process affects the pleura (tissues around the lung), pleuritic pain develops. Patients with atypical pneumonia or bronchopneumonia may complain of a central burning sensation provoked by coughing.
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