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Chest pain, tingling in left arm, blood shot eyes, recurring nausea, absence of white blood cells, normal EKG

My left chest aches my left arm tingles my eyes are bloodshot and I have nausea that comes and goes my doctor said I have a Virus . And then my heart is very strong they did EKG and everything was fine. I did a blood test the doc said that I was dehydrated and my white blood cells were off by slightly that made him predict it was a virus
Asked On : Mon, 21 May 2012
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Feb 2018
Hi. KG is always done to rule out heart problems in all patients of left sided chest pain with arm pain. It is good that EKG is normal. It is always better to get one more EKG for a review. This may be a virus infection as your Doctor says. I hope the neck is OK, there is no pain or spasm of neck muscles as this too can give the same symptoms.
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