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Chest pain frequently. Is nothing wrong? Or is it not open?

Lately, for the past year now i ve been having frequent chest pain on the left side, it happens randomly and lately it s become more frequent. I went to the doctors and they claim nothing is wrong, but is it really nothing? I feel a stabbing feeling and in most times I have a hard time breathing , I usually have to get into a ball position to lessen the pain but it s still there. It lasts about 1minute, longest was about 5minutes, not sure exactly what it is, but it s getting me worried how often it s becoming.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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from your history i can tell that your pain not related to heart related problem
relax your self
avois stress ful situation
eat good healthy food
do regular walking
avoid weight lift and strain on both hands
if required take simple painkiller for few days
take care
Answered: Wed, 31 Oct 2012
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