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Taking Prozac for depression, sharp pain in the center of chest while crying. Is this serious ?

Hi, I m AAA and I just turned fourteen. I have been dealing with depression for a few years and just began taking Prozac . I tend to hold back my tears , and not letting anyone outside my house ever see me cry. Recently, I over heard my mom telling my dad that he has to move out. It s not that they were hiding it, they were in the kitchen and saw me in the living room. This same night my mother won t let me be about my grades. I knew I could do better and I was utterly shocked, and she knew that. She just had to lay it on me anyways. That s how it always is, me enduring her emotional abuse, trying my absolute darnedest not to she s a single tear. Well, that night I decided to let it all out, sobbing uncontrollably for a length of time. I felt, and still feel that my heart is breaking. Anyways, right after I had a sharp pain in the center of my chest , and I can still feel it, hours later. What is causing this? Is there anything I can do to change it or should I see a doctor? Will this be very serious? I d really appreciate the help
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Dear AAA, Pain in chest can be due to various reasons, but considering a previous history of depression and the presence of current stressful conditions in the house, the pain you described does appear to be of psychological origin. Your details fail to mention that since how many days are you having this pain. All said this doesn't appear to be serious, but still its better if you consult your psychiatrist soon. He may have some therapies to offer to you which will reduce your current discomfort and also help in training you to cope up with the similar situations in future.
Answered: Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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