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Why does my chest feel weird?

I am a 24 y/o female (never smoked) and for the past couple months I've been having these strange and random feelings in my chest.  It's not so much pain as uncomfortable twinges here and there in different areas of my chest.  I mostly get them on my right side about 2 inches below my collarbone.  I went to my doctor in May who gave me an inhaler thinking it was asthma.  They also took some chest x-rays.  I stopped taking the inhaler after about a month since it wasn't helping.  The chest x-rays came back saying I had scattered bilateral calcified granulomas.  I went back to the Dr. last week to get follow up x-rays and there was no new growth with the granulomas and no other concerning areas.  I'm still have these flutterings and aches in my chest and I feel like I should be relieved since my x-rays were clean but I'm concerned that there's still something there.
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Do you do any activities that might have tweaked this area?  I'm also curious, do you have symptoms of asthma?  Do you wheeze?  Do you sometimes have trouble breathing?  If you don't, it's quite odd to be given a medicine for that, it's not a disease without obvious symptoms.  IF you do have these symptoms, were you tested for covid?
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No other symptoms nor can I think of when I would have injured the area.  I was having a very minor breathing issue initially which is why I got the inhaler but it went away on its own.  I have not been tested for covid but I got the antibody test a few weeks ago which was negative.
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