Any pain in the chest area, whether high up or lower down, slightly to the left or
right of the midline, is naturally a cause for concern especially among adults.
Pain in the upper tummy (abdomen) just below the breastbone (sternum) is the
common symptom. It usually comes and goes. It may be eased if you take antacid
A common symptom of a peptic ulcer is pain in the upper tummy (abdomen) just
below the breastbone (sternum). The pain usually comes and goes and can ...
Started out as pain and tenderness below sternum area. Said I had ... Began
having horrible nausea, epigrastic and right flank pain after eating. A Hida scan ...
Noncardiac chest pain typically is felt behind the breast bone (sternum) and is
described as oppressive, squeezing or pressure-like. It may radiate to the neck, ...
The sternum or breastbone is at the center of the chest and when you feel pain
below it, some type of disorder in the abdomen may be present. Such pain may ...
Mar 7, 2011 ... Many conditions can cause pain below the sternum. According to the American
College of Gastroenterology, or ACG, abdominal pain can ...
Apr 6, 2014 ... If you have acute pericarditis, the most common symptom is sharp, stabbing chest
pain behind the breastbone or in the left side of your chest.
Upper central abdominal pain is pain that occurs just below the breast bone. This
is the area at the top of the abdomen. Find out the causes, symptoms and ...
Dec 8, 2015 ... Cardiac chest pain and NCCP can both appear behind your breastbone, making
it hard to distinguish between the two types of pain. Cardiac ...