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New chest pains
You are right; your sore spot is most likely musculo-skeletal in origin. If you have no idea how you could have injured that area, neither do I. However, minor injuries often go unnoticed at first. The fact that it is persistent suggests a deeper location rather than your chest muscles. I think more in terms of a bruised rib, or the junction of the rib with the cartilage that connects to your breast bone.
You can read more here:
However, since I don't anything else about you, you may want to read about cardiac pains:
Your risks for heart disease:
Hope this helps,
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