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    Apparantly I've got it anyone else had it and wanna sympathise??!
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    (Original post by serendipity)
    Apparantly I've got it anyone else had it and wanna sympathise??!
    What is it? Some tendonny/muscley inflammationy thing?

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    What is it? Some tendonny/muscley inflammationy thing?

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    yeh, and it hurts! it's when the tendons in your chest which hold your ribcage together become inflamed. i appologise for starting a thread to whinge.
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    yeh, and it hurts! it's when the tendons in your chest which hold your ribcage together become inflamed. i appologise for starting a thread to whinge.
    Does it hurt more when you expire (when your muscles relax)? Just curious...

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    Awwww, you poor dear! Rest loads..pamper yourself
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    Awwww, you poor dear! Rest loads..pamper yourself
    Thank you Adhsur i will!!

    it hurts more when i breathe in Ben. ru a med student or summat?
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    Thank you Adhsur i will!!

    it hurts more when i breathe in Ben. ru a med student or summat?
    No - but I just did muscles in physiology! Interesting stuff!

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    Apparantly I've got it anyone else had it and wanna sympathise??!
    hi weve met before and yes ive had costochondritis - its really painful
 
 
 
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