Why does the left side of my ribs hurt when I breathe?

thank you Travis, it was helpful, thanks

sor bones .. maybe your growing . go to a doctor.

Drake is an A S S,
Justin might be right,
Could be a simple cramp of a muscle.
You may have slept in a way that injured a rib.
No matter what it is, I would bet odds that it will go away on it's own in a day or two, Like a crick in the neck.
Good luck, and stop givin bj's to drake. LOL
Jus kidin.

Why Do My Ribs Hurt

drink some water maybe your dehydrated

you could just be having growin pains (depends on your age)
Worst case sceneio: you could have pnemonia, have you been sick lately or have you vomited? You could have aspiration pnemonia ( I know I spelled it wrong) from (I know its gross but it happens) Inhaling vomit, yuckey!

OMG you're dying! Haha jk. I dunno it could be gas trapped in there.

Gas or pulled a muscle. Remember that if something happens real quick like that, its ussually something stupid, and will just go away as fast as it came on.

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Why does the left side of my ribs hurt when I breathe?
All of a sudden it started hurting, and i dont know why because I haven't done anything to hurt my ribs, like fallen or something. Does anyone have any idea what it might be?

It's not unusual to have a sharp pain when breathing because your diaphragm rubbing against your rib cage. Normally, these two slide easily, but every now and again, they'll lose lubrication and "stick."

Eventually, they loosen (you get a good breath) and everything is okay.

There are several factors that would come into play here to help determine what may be causing this pain. I wouldn't jump to conclusions and think that it was a lung issue or rib issue without first ruling out a mustle pull/strain. Chances are, if you are not in excruciating pain where you want nothing else but to go to the ER, it is probably a muscular issue. You may not remember how it happened, it could have been a twisting motion you did at some point where the pain started the following day. You could have slept on your side wrong. Depending on how long you have had this pain, I would proceed with cautious observation. Avoid strenuous exercise for a few days to allow the injury to heal, and use warm compresses for a few moments at a time on the painful area. If the pain persists, see your primary care physician, or go to a walk-in clinic for an evaluation. Without listening to your lungs with a stethascope, it is difficult to get a good idea what is going on with your lungs. Hope this helps. Please e-mail with any questions you may have.

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It happens to me too, but that's when I run the mile at school. I can't explain it, really, but it should go away later. If not, try taking Pain Killers?

It could be just a kink in a muscle, gas or in some cases a collapsed lung. The pain with this is very severe and usually radiates from the back, over the shoulder down the side but it does vary.
Gas pains can be very painful. If you are concerned, call your doctor.

maybe the waay u slept
drink some tea
if you can get some weed that stuff is good for pains

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