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Having chest pain and ache in neck and jaw area. Noticed oozing from ears. Normal? Hypochondriac?

Hi there, I have an ache in my chest- directly in the middle, where my ribs meet (but below the bottom of the breast line) and also have noticed whooshing in my ears when I lie down (it is not constant, just happens for a few seconds and then subsides) as well as some slight aching in my neck and jaw area (which could be attributed to anxiety.) I used to have low blood pressure, but it seems to be normal the last few years, and also I always had low cholesterol, but haven't checked it again in years and have been loving things like cheese, eggs and butter... Could this be something serious, or am I just being a hypochondriac?
Asked On : Thu, 2 May 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
You seem to read a lot about anxiety
Chest ache may be summarized due to acidity due to anxiety.
Also the pain around neck and jaw may be attributed to anxiety.
Whooshing can also be due to anxiety.
But need to read along with your life style, medical history, attributes etc.
For which consult a physician first and get rid of your doubts one by one.
Self diagnosis can definitely make you anxious.
Wish speedy recovery.
Answered: Thu, 2 May 2013
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