I agree with the others. I sometimes get that pain. I know others hear describe those symptoms & have been diagnosed with costochondritis (I think that's how it's spelled). In any case, I think you definitely need a new exam to find out the cause of the pain.
Also, just as a friendly piece of advice, if you are in the worst pain of your entire life, call it a "10". Some docs consider people who say their pain is "11" to be overly dramatic & they don't take them seriously. I'm sure your pain is beyond horrible. Since that is the case, say it is a 10. Honestly, I don't always find the rating systems super helpful. They can be very subjective (though pain itself is subjective). In case it might help, I will post a link to the pain scale that my PM uses. It describes how the pain is affecting your life. You might consider posting it in your pain journal & bringing it with you to your appointment. If you don't find it useful, you might make up your own scale for rating your pain. Be sure to track whether pain is worst in the morning, noon, evening or middle of the night. Also, keep track of what things help your pain or make it worse. Hope that helps -- gosh, I sure hope you find someone to figure out what's going on & treat you soon!
Here's the link to the pain scale my PM uses:http://collectivedisorder.com/node/9
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