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Pain in the collar bone and chest. Had vertigo in the past. Family history of heart problems. Need to see a doctor?

Im a 26 years old female with dull/achy chest pain that started on my right side into my collar bone almost a week ago but went away & than stated up again on the left side into my collar bone about 2 days ago. I also have experienced vertigo a few times recently but after a minute its gone. I have a family history of heart problems and I dont feel sick. Any ideas before making an appointment?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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It may be muscular pain very common in young adults. vertigo may be due to weakness. take Multivitamin tonics, iron, calcium supplements daily and do not worry for the heart. At present it is not the cause
Anxiety and fear from family history of heart disease makes one cautious but at same time may lead to undue apprehensions. it has been observed that not all family members get heart disease, one may be aware but not overly worried, therefore
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