I don't think this is related to an anxiety disorder, though no doubt it is causing you some anxiety. Your family physician should be able to determine the cause and be able to suggest a remedy.
This community covers anxiety disorders and other mental health issues, Sophie.
The posters at Wellsphere's General Medicine community should be able to provide a more authoritative answer.
I can't answer your question, Amiya. This is a forum for anxiety disorders and while your symptoms may result from stress, there are many possible physical causes too which need to be checked and ruled out.
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always a good idea to get chestpain evaluated by a doctor.
If you are a healthy, young active person...?
Was it after you were driving...etc.
This might help you and your doctor figure out what is causing it. The upper rightchest...
pain in the right upper quadrant (under the ribs), even stuff that isn't typically associated w/pain... could actually irritate the liver capsule (causing right upper quadrant pain) and is then known as Fitz-Hugh...
Front, back, both? Many of us would love to assist but you don't share enough information for a sound answer to be provided.
Are you 20 or 70? Are you healthy or ill? Are you active or sedentary? Was this from your yoga pra