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Chest pain, pain went all over body. What could be causing this?

Hi, I m a 29 year old male.2 months ago I went to ER b/c I thought I was having a heart attack . I had sharp pulsating electric pain in my chest(right under the collar bone) that went to my neck,jaw, shoulder , and down my arm to my thumb . All test came back negitive for heart problems. The pain went away after a few days. NOW, 2 months later the pain had come back. I ve had it for the last 2 days. any info would help. thanks
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Hello.Chest pain of cardiac origin is common in people over 40 years and with cardiovascular risk factors:cholesterol, diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking, obesity, sedentary lifestyle.
¿Do you have any of these risk factors?.
However ,is recommended that you go to a cardiologist for a heart study.
If the pain is severe or if you have others symptoms(sweating, difficulty breathing, facial pallor)you should go to Emergency Service again.
I wish you good health.
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