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Reason for constant ache in left breast on getting stressed? Hard to breath. Diabetic, BP, cholesterol high

Hi steven When I get stressed which is a lot of the time I get a constant ache in the left side of my breaat. Its like a dull paini find it had to breath and keep tring to yawn to get more oxygen but that.takes some time then I feel I want to hold it in. I am a type 2 diabetic but not on mesdication as tring to diet and exersize and my blood preasurer is boarder line high my colestrole ia 2 points higher than it should be and im loosing apitite. Canca runs in my family and im worried any surgestions thankyou Seigenburge
Asked On : Mon, 25 Feb 2013
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It seems that this pain is stress induced Myalgia.
But as you are having high blood pressure, cholesterol and daibetes, go for EKG at the time of having chest pain to rule out enzina.
Go for regular check up your blood sugar as you are diabetes and not taking anti diabetic.
ok and take care.
Answered: Tue, 27 Aug 2013
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