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Painful bubbling in the chest, neck and head. Altered vision. Am I getting mono infection? Have smoking addiction

I was diagnosed with mono a while back but my symptoms were rather strange. Strange painful bubblings inside of me on the left side of my chest , neck and head, my vision altered as in; the color seemed more orange. That was the first time it happened to me. As for right now, at this moment, I believe I may be getting mono again, possible from smoking cigarettes. My eyesight is orange-ish again and I feel an intense pressure on the chest and on the neck. The doctors said it was anxiety , they said I had nothing wrong and they said my mono s supposed to be gone... any ideas?
Asked On : Thu, 3 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understnd your conerns

Mono has been treated for you and re occurance can be easily identified and treated. Your bubbling, pain in the area of chest, neck and head, orange vision illusion are supposed to be due to anxiety.

Fear is fear of the known thing. Apprehension is fear of future happenings. Anxiety is fear and restlessness about things that might happen to you. Hypochondriasis is anxiety about body about diseases. Now you know it.

Find a psychologist and treat your anxiety. I can help you too.

Wish you speedy recovery
Answered: Mon, 10 Jun 2013
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