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Getting electric shock type pains from breast to arm, over weight, history of tendinitis. Cure?

Since Sunday, I have been getting weird electric shock type pains running from under my left breast around to the underside of my left arm . It happens mostly when I run or do something high impact. Occasionally it happens when I sit up in bed or when I am asleep and roll over it will happen, which wakes me up. It usually subsides within a few seconds but it s really painful in the meantime and I have to stop whatever I am doing. What could be causing this? I m 30 and fairly active but also overweight . I don t have anxiety issues or any other big medical problems. I ve had a history of tendinitis but that was all in my feet. I don t really want to go to the dr because I just don t have the time.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Jun 2012
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Hello & Welcome to HCM,
I had gone through your case. The pain might be pressing of the nerve and decreasing of blood circulation to the same hand. Tendinitis is due to overweight and wearing of high heel if any.I will advice you must go for cervical vertebrae X-ray and find the exact diagnosis. Hope my answer will be effective for you.
Thanks & Regards:
Dr.Soni Verma
Homoeopathic Physician
Answered: Mon, 6 Jan 2014
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