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Always have chest pain, tightness, difficult to breathe, tingling in chest. Is it benign tumor ?

hi,Dok, im female 43years old, always have chest pain ,only for a few second,tightness in my chest, hard to breath for a while, and when I open a jar, my chest hurts like something is popping ,so I stop ,now I feel tingling in my chest and my centerback hurts and my back upper neck,also its like, I have to twist them ,to have some comfort. as im writing now, I feel ok, but still having a chest discomfort but not like a few minutes, am I having a hearth problem, or is it from my benign tumor on my right side and hyperplasia on my left side breast . my breast is kinda swollen and hurt too.. what should I do, I don t want to take any pain killer.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, these flaccutating pains and discomforts are not related to the benign tumor or hyperplesia in your breasts, these keep on happening to every body some times and are not indicative of any serious concern , just relax , you will be perfectly all right
Dr Arshad
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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