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Does strenum inflammation cause recurring pain in the arms ?

19 female . Can some one tell me why i have a dull ache which comes and goes in both arms . Doctor said my chest pain was not linked and that was just sternum inflammation . But i want to know what these arm pains are as I m starting to panic not slept in about a week due to heart attack fear
Asked On : Tue, 19 Jul 2011
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Have you got an ECG done. Has your heart been examined by a Doctor to rule out any problem. If there is no problem detected it could be related to Anxiety disorder which is very common. Also since you haven't been getting sleep it indicates Generalised anxiety. Eat healthy, fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables everyday. Avoid junk food. Drink plenty of water. Exercise daily to keep fit and have overall well being. It would be best if you consult with a Psychiatrist to get best benefit and relief from these symptoms.
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