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Suffering from palm pain.

I get a sensation of pain directly in the middle of my left palm whenever I feel "heartbroken." For example, if someone I love cheats on me, I would feel a sharp pain in my left palm upon learning this has happened. The first time I experienced the "palm pain" I was 14 years old. I'm 28 now and it has been a steady occurrence all my life and only when men are emotionally hurting me. What is it?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jan 2010
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  Anonymous's Response

As you have pointed out, this is likely to be of a psychological origin. Though getting the pain in left palm is a bit vague, it is confirmed by getting such pain again and again during a psychological upset. Also does this happen on exposure to cold as well?

Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2010
  User's Response

It only happens as described.  I've been doing more research on this and discovered the Superficial Palmer Arterial Arch (a vein located in the hand) is primarily where the pain is.  There is also pain in what feels to be the Opponens Pollicis Muscle which is right over the Princeps Pollicis Artery.  The Princeps Pollicis Artery is connected with the Ulner Artery which is connected to the Superficial Palmer Arteial Arch.  So now I know the source of the pain... but what's causing it?  Is the vein throbbing, swelling, shrinking?  Is blood being restricted?  Would that cause pain?  I need an expert.

Answered: Thu, 15 Apr 2010
  User's Response

I have the same problem.. but i feel it in both of my palms..since i was young..and now im it dangerous?..i always feel it when im nervous, heartbroken, sad, mostly when im crying... is it abnormal?

Answered: Thu, 22 Apr 2010
  Anonymous's Response
I have it too, whenever my boyfriend hurts me and i feel really emotional my palm hurts and it comes in waves.
Answered: Mon, 7 Jun 2010
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