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Upper back pain, chest tightening, sweating, fatigue. Taken Aspirin. History of anxiety attack. Heart attack symptom?

Hi, This morning I woke up with upper back pain . Pain started right about the middle of my shoulder blades all the way down to my back. It also felt like it was tightening. I also had tightening of the chest , but no pain. I broke out in a sweat a couple of times. I took some aspirin , got ready for work and worked all day. I am very fatigued, but that is nothing new for me. Is there a possibility that I had a mild heart attack? I have had anxiety attacks before, but never felt it in my back or with pain.
Asked On : Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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Acupressure Specialist 's  Response
Acupressure treatment;-
1. first get down your head toward chest.
2. take back head to your back
do this ex. 5 time
3. take your head to wards left shoulder, try to touch,
4. take your head to right shoulder,try to touch,
do this also 5 time.
NOw rotate the head in all direction making biger circle as possible.
do this all 4 time a day for one week, hope u may get ride your prob.
Answered: Fri, 31 Aug 2012
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