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Acute pain in left side of chest, arm and shoulder. Angised relieves pain momentarily. Muscular/tissue problem ?

hI , i m AAAAAfrom Pakistan. there is acute pain problem of my mother s left side of chest , arm and shoulder for last 5 years. After long series of tests we found nothing, not heart problems etc. She use Angised during the pain and after 5 minutes there is releive in pain. Remember, there is no Heart Problem found. Can it be muscular or tissue Problem? Kindly suggest something. I will be very thankfull to u
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Hello Mr. Ahmed and thanks for the query
You have given a brief history of your mother. To get to any diagnosis we needs some detailed history like:
When you got pain? Frequency of pain? Does it increases by stress or anxiety? Have you feel any dizziness or shortness of breath during episode? With what medication or home remedies you get relief to pain? Have you any numbness in arms?
Kindly answer to the queries so that we are able to answer you better.
Best wishes
Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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