I've been experiencing this chest popping or cracking for a few years now and no one can figure out what it it. One doctor called is costochondritis basically inflamed and sore chest. I was like thanks I could have told you that. I developed it around 28. I also sit at a computer a lot. I do notice that since I haven't been going to the gym on a regular basis, that I have been getting worse. I also notice that when I lay on my side, the pressure gets worse. I'm so glad that you all replied and that I have fellow chest cracking partners. I used to work out my back and do a lot of weights to correct some other issues and I think that helped. Maybe my back muscles are too weak now to suppoort my frame?? Anyway, maybe I said something to help someone...good luck everyone..

God bless

Posted By gigi on April 01, 2005 at 16:25:00:

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