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Needle pricking pain in the chest. ECG and x-ray normal. Blood tests suggested. Why?

Hi Doctor, Im getting needle pricking pain in slightly leftside chest . I feel very tired, its been from last tuesday, the pain lasts for 10 to 15min. Today i went to emergency care ECG and xray was normal. Im going to get it figure out from blood work and other tests on 12/18/12. but before that i wanted to know what happening to me..please help me..
Asked On : Thu, 20 Dec 2012
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at the outset its a good sighn that ur x-ray and ECG reports are normal .. so u can be a bit relaxed..the pain ur getting might be due to gastritis or it might even be due to muscle sprain better u take tab pantop and wait for the pain to get relieved..stop taking spicy food and take food on regular times..
anyways going for lipid profile is a good one for taking preventive u can go for that..
thank u ..
Answered: Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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