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Been having recurring headaches. Breast in pain. Why?

Good day doctor, I have been having this recurring headache and sensation. I have gone for a Brain CT Scan and everything is normal and yet the sensation and ache still comes and goes.although most times is not severe,but I m worried. And I also feel this dull pain at my lower left breast on the rib cage and sometimes leads to chest pain . I ve done an X-ray too and the result shows normality.pls what do I do.tnx
Asked On : Sat, 22 Sep 2012
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I am sorry for the symptoms you are suffering
As I read your symptoms and all your radiologic examination are fine in my opinion it may be a anxiety disorder
You have to avoid caffein and energy drink and use as much as possible chamomile teamIf symptoms persist than contact your doctor and use anxiolytics
You have nothing to worry too much, it is fully treatable
Best regards
Answered: Tue, 14 Oct 2014
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