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Chest pain, discomfort in left armpit, overweight, heat in left arm. X-ray normal. Causes?

Hello i m a 26yr old male a little overweight with borderline high blood pressure and my left arm has been feeling hot with not rely pain but discomfort under my left armpit wiht chest pain , usually when I sit down in front of my pc thats when it starts. I ve been to the ER twice, they checked my heart and did an x-ray and the result were good, I just don t know what to do anymore please help.
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response

It probably seems like you do not need to do anything more. Please relax. I hope you have got your ECG done and it is normal. If this is not done, please get it done. Yet again, if it is normal, nothing to worry.

It probably seems like a muscle sprain. Please give yourself adequate rest, you may apply sprays like volini for relief of pain, maintain erect posture while working on your PC.

Hope this helps you.

Wish you quick recovery.

Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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