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Bad chest pains

Does anyone have had chest pains do to anxiety and GERD...I have to gone to the emergency room about 6 times since December 2014..I thought I was having a heart attack...they told me I have anxiety and panic attacks..and also GERD..they have ran nurmerous test of my heart which came bAck negative..I have no blood infections..and it's not's my chest EKG..comes back good..any ideas on how I can stop my chest pains...I can't take it anymore...I feel like every time it a heart attack and it's not..I've done breathing tech. And it doesn't work I've t

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What Causes Chest Pain? Types of Chest Pain & Causes ... - WebMD

Sep 10, 2016 · Chest pain. The first thing you may think of is heart attack. Certainly chest pain is not something to ignore. But you should know that it has many ...
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Chest Pain: Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment - Healthline

When you have chest pain, your first thought may be that you're having a heart attack. Many other less serious conditions can also cause chest pain.
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Chest Pain: Get the Facts about Causes of This Symptom

Read about causes of chest pain including angina, heart attack, shingles, pneumonia, pulmonary embolism, pericarditis, GERD, pleurisy, broken ribs, bruised ribs ...
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Chest pain - NHS Choices

Read about chest pain, which can be caused by anything from muscle pain to a heart attack and should never be ignored
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Really bad chest pains.... whats wrong? - Instructables

Feb 09, 2010 · Better safe than sorry- Contact a health care facility and get it checked if that is an option. Chest pain has a few options, in no particular order.
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3 Types of Chest Pain That Won’t Kill You – Health Essentials ...

If you experience pain, pressure or discomfort in the center of your chest or in your arms, back, jaw, neck or stomach — along with shortness of breath, a cold ...
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Really Bad Chest Pains On Right Side - HealthTap

Doctors give trusted, helpful answers on causes, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment, and more: Dr. Chapman on really bad chest pains on right side: If you are ...
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chest pain (angina) - American Heart Association

The American Heart Association explains angina is the medical term for chest pain or discomfort due to coronary heart disease. Learn about angina and its various types.
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Chest Problems - Home Treatment - WebMD

Home treatment is not appropriate for chest pain if the pain occurs with symptoms of a heart attack. If you suspect a heart attack might be the cause of your symptoms ...
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*still* have chest pain, been a month w/o anxiety...

I should mention I'm 28, male, no family history of heart problems and I do not drink much nor do I smoke.
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Hi there! Well, without a clinical evaluation it would be difficult to determine the cause of your symptom. Possibilities that may need to be considered include infection, inflammation, GI/ related issues, issues related to the heart etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by a primary care physician initially and depending on the cause diagnosed/ suspected, it can be managed accordingly or specialist care may be sought. Hope this helps. Take care!
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where do the chest pains from anxiety form and how bad ?

Vitamin and mineral deficiencies can cause anxiety and pain. You can get blood work to check, iron, Vitamin D, magnesium, Vitamin B12
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Chest Pains- feedback appreciated

I also get that gurgling feeling when you're hungry and your stomach moans not only in my stomach, but in my chest too.  Is that normal?
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Lower Chest and Back Pain "dull achy"

Hi Tom, I am actually going through the same and have identical issues as you anxiety and physically demanding job on top of school. I find my issues happen when I have improper posture for long periods of time. Good shoes help and I am going to see a massage therapist as well. On top of all that I really watch how I am lifting and when I feel any body part straining I ease up and use more strength from my opposite side. Strength training may help as well. I am not 100% sure but think these issues have to do with stress and tension. Smoking is the worst since it adds to my anxiety! Hope this brings some insight although I would definitely look into it more in case it is something more serious. Take care. Amanda
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R A and chest pain????

I forgot to mention i have been having hot flashes as well threwout the day, everyday.
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mad and upset

Ok...coming from someone that has health anxiety (me), I can tell you this is totally normal.  You will have bad days mixed in with the good.  I used to get utterly discouraged when I would go a week feeling great then all of the sudden it would hit me out of the blue and I would be worried and feeling symptoms all over again.  For me, after talking it through with someone, I tended to focus on day to day progress which sometimes is too narrow a view.  Sometimes taking a step back, and looking at a period of weeks, months, and in some cases over a year, can really help you to see how far you have really come.  Remember, bad days are a part of life, and we are not alone in experiencing them; everyone does.  I know it is really hard, but after reading your various posts I know you are on the right track!  Don't get discouraged; focuse on the 3 good days:)
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anxiety, gerd, ibs physical symptoms all the time?

hiya i have the same kind of symptoms especially chest pains, fullness and ibs its uncomfortable and unpleasant have you seen a doctor? i think im coming to terms with the fact it is anxiety so long as your doctor has diagnosed the same maybe you should, anxiety is cruel and annoying and through therapy and/or meds can be overcome
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chest pains / 12 year aspie

Has your daughter had a health check relating to her chest pains?  If she has and everything is okay then it is more likely to be down to anxiety. However it is not acceptable or helpful to say 'she has to learn to deal with it'.  Anxiety is part of the diagnosis and she will be anxious for a reason.  Find out what is causing the anxiety and then start making changes.  For example, if she is anxious because at school she doesn't know what to do during free time or she is being bullied, then it is the school's responsibility to make dinnertime clubs available to her, to have a social interaction group to help improve her interaction skills, frequent breaks to help reduce stress or sensory overload, etc etc.  But first you need to start asking her questions about what she is anxious/worried/upset about.  Talk with her school to see if they have any ideas about what kind of situations she is finding stressful.  It might be related to the academic side ie. she is getting stressed because she cannot organise herself and get her work projects in on time - or it could be sensory - or social interaction related etc.  But remember it is part of her diagnosis and by law the school is required to meet her needs in the school environment.  Those needs may be academic or social skills or social interaction related.
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back pain

A fall of six feet!  It's a wonder you didn't break any bones.  From your description it sounds as if you banged yourself up pretty good.  A combination of muscle strain/sprain and the inflammatory process that occurs with any type of traumatic injury.  Taking an over the counter anti-inflammatory might help better than aspirin.  Taking three aspirin at a time exposes you to potential problems with your liver, so it is best not to take too much of that.  I would recommend Aleve -- has always helped me with similar problems.  Try a small bottle and take one tablet q4hrs.  If no significant relief, you might want to see your doctor for a physical exam.  Torn muscles usually heal without problems, but they can be exasperating. Good luck ---
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