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Had electrical shock. Pain in chest, neck, jaw, shoulder. How long will pain last?

Hi Sam.. I'm a 38 yr old F.. suffered a eletrical shock direct to chest.. hadn touched machine as result of initial shock ele up R extremity transverse chest and exit L extremity.. this was 2 weeks ago ..still have pain..chest ,neck jaw, billateral sholder pain. Scapula left side & thoratic pain.. have confussion, double vision sporatic.. how long can I exspect to be in pain. ? And what kind of dr. Should I see? Also have heart palps..prominent P wave with artial enlargement bilatteral.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hello pains will take some time to dissapear. Electric shock causes fatal arrhythmia of the heart. I hope you have seen a physician. I hope you were admitted immediately after the incident for observation. Your pains will take some more time to dissapear. Get well soon.
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