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Suggest Treatment For Chest Pain

I am experiencing chest pains on the left side of my sternum where my heart is, ad it just randomly startd. I just got out of the ER a few days ago for what the doctors thought was a sprained back, even though I clearly told them I have had a pinched nerve in my lower back for years.

have been having leg spasms for about a week now, and suffer from restless leg syndrome, I have vertigo and carpal tunnel syndrome. It's kind of starting to burn. What do you think it means?
Sun, 6 May 2018
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Hello,

Please get assessed for osteoarthritis as it may the cause behind inflammation in bones of chest and wrist so causing chest pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Get X-ray of bones and laboratory tests as TLC DLC ESR and CRP. You should also consult a rheumatologist.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,      
Dr. Varinder Joshi

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Suggest Treatment For Chest Pain

Hello, Please get assessed for osteoarthritis as it may the cause behind inflammation in bones of chest and wrist so causing chest pain and carpal tunnel syndrome. Get X-ray of bones and laboratory tests as TLC DLC ESR and CRP. You should also consult a rheumatologist. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Varinder Joshi