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Why do I have pain in chest and breathing problems when I am in deep thinking ?

SIr I HAve done ECG&2d eco test both are normal.I am also high bp patient.but there is small pain in chest ,breathing problem .Sometimes when there is thinking in mind there is small pain in left arm sometimes.My height is 174cm weight 81 kgs,i have a breathing problem when i am in deep thinking from last 10 yrs ,i am in consult with doctor ,he give me atorec 10mg ,tryptomer(for 15days),olmetine40mg.then Please guide me for treatment
Asked On : Mon, 18 Apr 2011
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Hi Dhage. Thanks for your query and for using health care magic

You mention that you have chest pain and breathing problem
Your ECG and ECHO are normal.
There is no significant cough.
Your symptoms are mainly related to deep thinking.

It appears that your symptoms are related to your thinking and its a psychological problem.
This can be related to stress and tensions too.

You need to consult a physician/psychiatrist for further evaluation of your symptoms and appropriate treatment.

Wish you good health.
Thanks and Regards,

Dr Kiran
Answered: Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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