It sounds that you should have the pain checked out....
Your pattern of pain seems pleuritic in nature ...
Do you have pain with taking a deep breath ?
Have you had much cough?
Any shortness of breath ?
You have had not noticed racing of your heart have you?
Any fever ?
The pain with cough or sneeze may reflect that movement of the chest wall or diaphragm aggravates your pain...
Often pleurisy or pleuritis ( inflammation of lining between lung and chest wall ) may cause ...this may be due to viral respiratory infection as more common cause >>> in this case we would treat with oral anti-inflammatory medicine ....
This type pain at times may be due to more serious problems...onset of a bacterial pneumonia can do it ..
More serious potential a pulmonary embolism ( blood clot to lungs) may cause such pain..( other symptoms usually offer clues to pulmonary embolism such as shortness of breath, rapid heart rate ..)
So I think it best that you be seen and edically checked today ..
I hope that this information is helpful for you
Let me know if you have further questions or concerns
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Anthony Bray MD