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Crushing feeling in stomach, chest hurts. Tight chest while working out. H aving PVC. Is it anxiety?

I ve had a full cardio work up, and I ve been having PVC but they say they re benign. I can sit here and every 40 seconds my heart pauses for 2 beats. It gets so bad out of the blue, that there s a crushing feeling in my stomache like its full and my heart skips in my chest and it hurts. Like a flop. Its terrifying, I get dizzy and shaky it puts me into a panic attack. Every day I struggle when I m working I get tight chest. What s wrong with me? I can t even run, or ride a bike, and doctors all say its anxiety , can this kill me? My resting heart rate was 80. Please help me figure this out.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Jun 2012
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if everything is normal your bodyproteins are reacting to food proteins
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies for milk wheat potato or major foods you take daily after allergy doctor consultation
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