Sleep apnea chest abdominal pain

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Hello, I’m mike. I am 19 years old weighting at around 185lbs. When I was sleeping last night, I was laying down on my back. This made my rib cage stick out almost like the “vacuum pose” in bodybuilding. I then felt a weird knot or tension under my rib cage near where my top left (from my point of view) ab muscle would be. This was happening when I was half asleep. When I woke up, I heard and felt a pop at this same spot. After, there was a cold feeling going from this part under my rib cage down to my left side near my stomach. After this there was not much at all but it just felt weird. My core and abdomen feel weaker when I lay down now. I have a few theories of what it was but I’m in no way for sure. At first I thought my ribs punctured something in my abdomen such as my diaphragm or spleen. I also thought it could be a hernia, ulcer, heartburn or a heart condition such as ASD. Does anyone have any ideas?

I also have small question about my collar bone and sternum. When I was lifting for football in high school I over expanded my chest and it caused pain in my sternum. When I stretch my chest ever since that time, my sternum cracks. This is not a big deal for me but i also dislocated my left collar bone slightly. The part near my throat sticks out a little. It doesn’t bother me most of the time but I just want to if there is a way a doctor could push it back in.

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