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Is it anxiety or heart problems ?

i have been to the er 6 times now since october for the following symptoms, chest pain , nausea , dizziness left arm gone numb/tingley my chest feels like someone is crushing/squeezing it and i just feel really wierd like im just gonna pass out and not wake up ever again..they did all kinds of tests blood/ ekg they say my heart is normal but never told me what they think it is anyone ever/does have these syptoms and if so please explain to me what it is ? i think the er is sick of seeing me.... i got a pinched nerve in my neck thats the cause of my arm pain ty im 30 trs old and they told me im to younge to have a heart attach or heart problems i find that hard to believe also.
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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Are you on any meds for anxiety? Sounds like you need to be. Stop going to ER's and go to a good gp. Other testing can be done with thyroid levels and electrolytes. When these test are done and nothing is found you are left with anxiety. Which does suck to have, but is better than the alternative of heartattack or lethal arrhythmia.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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