Pain In Left Side Chest And Back When Breathing. Left sided chest pain can be due to a heart attack or other life threatening condition for which every minute matters. It often causes a severe tearing type of pain that may be felt in the chest and the back.
Whenever a person takes a long deep breath there is a certain amount of discomfort and a sharp pain in left or right side of the chest area. The pain may be caused by an injury to either the bones or muscles in your back. Pain in the chest is the first alarming symptom.
Acid reflux and gastroesophageal reflux disease gerd are common causes of left sided chest pain.
Low back pain to right of spine. A heart attack occurs when blood to the heart is cut off or severely reduced and the heart muscle is injured. The pain may be caused by an injury to either the bones or muscles in your back. Pulmonary hypertension is a serious condition in which the blood pressure in the pulmonary artery is elevated.