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Mild pain under the breastbone but only when mild finger pressure is applied. Pain seems to disappear when pressure is held but returns when pressure is released and then re-applied No constant pain and no other symptoms.

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  • Dr. Chris February 5, 2011

    There are various possible causes from soft tissue injury to splinter fractures on the sternum. There are various structures on the chest wall which could account for this pain. You can read more in this article on chest wall pain – http://www.healthhype.com/chest-wall-pain.html

    You should see a doctor who can assess you properly, run further tests if necessary after a physical examination and considering your medical history.

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