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Feeling chest pain which comes in and goes away randomly

hi i am 27 yrs old- Chemical engineer- got married 1.5 yrs before but lost my job due to closure of the company, and my wife left me off cause of the same. i gave divorce to her latter- but i took a lot of emotional stress of this thing afterwards. Now from the last 1 month i am feeling chest pain - left arm severe pain. . which comes in and goes away randomly. Now pls suggest me whther i shall go for medication. or just changing and controlling my emotions and environment and quitting smoking would be sufficient enough to come up with. I have a family heart history and i am a smoker from last 5 yrs. Pls suggest
Asked On : Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
welcome to HealthcareMagic forum
you stop worrying immediately and smoking is surely not good for your health
first thing to do to consult physician immediately and get checked up
let the doctor to take the worry for you
whatever it is you will have treatment

let the doctor decide whether you require treatment
follow advice
hoping early recovery
Answered: Mon, 7 Feb 2011
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