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Something is causing my heart to hurt, kindly help me

I ve been crying and crying nonstop for the past four weeks or so, every day, often in public though I keep it very discreet. In the past twelve hours or so, I ve felt my heart , definitely my heart, actually hurting. A small, dull though almost sharp pain happens every minute or so, though sometimes subsequently twice or thrice within ten seconds. What is this? I am 21, though I look 18. I just want to make sure it s not permanent. No, I haven t been crying over the pain of my heart, literally, but I believe my feelings and the physical effects may have begun to take their toll. I m not randomly depressed. I m crying because my closest friend of many years and girlfriend, now ex-, is no longer in love with me.
Wed, 14 Sep 2011
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Hello.welcome to HCM.Sorry to know about your emotional loss but you don't have any heart problem.For any heart problem pain in your chest has to be more than 30 seconds.Relax,you would be alright once this phase passes over.Good luck.
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