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Acute Chest pains
Two issues come to mind, a local injury to your chest wall, and a blood lot to your lung (the latter very unlikely). The risk of a cardiac problem would have been excluded by now, but you can check your risk here:
You can read more about chest pains here:
Most likely, you injured the junction of one of your ribs with your breast bone (consistent with your description), an injury that will take its time healing.
Hope this helps,
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