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Ok so as far as I can remember ive had an issue where when I run i feel kind of like a sharp stitchy (dont really know jow to describe it) pain around my collar bone. I am a fairly active person and do a lot of sports activities. I would jog everyday in the morning and I wont feel any pain, however, when I run suddenly or a faster than a jog I feel pain around 50% of the time. I always used to shrug it off but when my and my mate were running she gave me a funny look when I described it so now im kind of concerned. Does anyone else get this?
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Yeah, I get that sometimes. If you've always had it and nothing bad has happened, it's probably nothing to worry about.
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Just go to a gp and get it checked out so you don't have to worry about it any more. You can't get a trustworthy diagnosis from a chat forum.
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Ok so as far as I can remember ive had an issue where when I run i feel kind of like a sharp stitchy (dont really know jow to describe it) pain around my collar bone. I am a fairly active person and do a lot of sports activities. I would jog everyday in the morning and I wont feel any pain, however, when I run suddenly or a faster than a jog I feel pain around 50% of the time. I always used to shrug it off but when my and my mate were running she gave me a funny look when I described it so now im kind of concerned. Does anyone else get this?
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Ok so as far as I can remember ive had an issue where when I run i feel kind of like a sharp stitchy (dont really know jow to describe it) pain around my collar bone. I am a fairly active person and do a lot of sports activities. I would jog everyday in the morning and I wont feel any pain, however, when I run suddenly or a faster than a jog I feel pain around 50% of the time. I always used to shrug it off but when my and my mate were running she gave me a funny look when I described it so now im kind of concerned. Does anyone else get this?
maybe it could be related to your spine, what about chiropractic appointment.
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Where are you looking while you run? If you're looking down at the road or trail the entire time, then that could be a primary reason and what you're actually experiencing is neck pain. Chiro suggestion above is a good one.
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