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I have severe pain in right shoulder

severe pain in right shoulder and corotid artery is painful
Thu, 24 Mar 2011
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How are you now? Check www.noninvasivesolution.com for more help. Get a 2D Echo with Color Doppler test done to find out your heart’s pumping capacity. You do not need a doctor’s prescription to do the 2D Echo.
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Consult a doctor immediately and it is not a stroke could be angina but better to go to the hospital immediately.
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Really @!!!!!! and you decided to tell yahoo answers instead of calling 911......... funny
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