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Approximately 2 weeks ago, I woke up and felt a sudden sharp pain in the left side of my chest when I got up. It felt worse when I moved and when I tried to breathe deeply, but it went away after a few hours. Since then, I avoid sleeping on the left side because it is painful, and the pain tends to worsens the longer I sleep on that side. I didn't felt any pain in other situations than this until two days ago. That same sharp pain started coming and going a lot more frequently (5-6 times per day). When I try to move on the right side while laying down, it's like something on my chest also moves towards the right side. I also feel a sensation similar to wheezing in my chest when I breathe and pain in a precise spot, and the lower part of my shoulder blades also hurt. When the pain goes away, I have no problem taking deep breaths as it is not what is causing the pain. Should I worry about this and head to the emergency, or is it probably non life-threatening?
Thank you for your advices.
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