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Experiencing severe chest vibration. Stress test, esophageal scope no answers. Suggestion?

I have been experiencing chest vibrations just left of center near my heart. Stress test , esophageal scope,no answers . 54 hrs female. symptoms increase when I lay down but i have been noticing them through the day now. No coffee or stimulants. Increased my magnesium .2 weeks of Prilosec . Have tried all suggestions. Next would be an MRI to see if I have a coarction of the aorta? When this started it felt loud and mechanical not it feels like a purring generator. .. Any suggestions other than anxiety or fibromyalgia ?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Jun 2012
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medicines used for other ailments or food protein reaction qwith body protein if everything is okay think of food theory as any ffod protein can start reacting with body to cause a typical symptomps
get blood serum tests for specific antibodies from milk wheat potato and common food you eat by consulting allergy specialist
and treat according to result
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