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Suffering with costochondritis, arthritis, diabetes. Diabetic medicines cause nausea and chest pain. Normal?

I have costral contritus and athritus. My chest pain has been ruled out as cardiac (ruled as costral contritus). I am now a type 2 diabetic. Most diabetic medication causes some level of nausia. Insulin injections 40 units+ per injection caused chect pain. Is this normal? is it more likely to be irritating the costralcontritus or causing some new cardiac condition? (sorry for the spelling).
Asked On : Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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Insulin does not cuase chest pain. It could be costochondritis or some thing else.
Answered: Wed, 9 Jan 2013
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