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Wired feeling around armpit and back, hand numb, pain in chest, shortness of breathe, high heart rate

Hi, my name is abraham and ive been having a weird feeling around my and my armpit and sometimes my back! its been going on for two days. Four days ago my left hand felt numb and i had pain on the left side of my chest , well actually my man breast . So i started searching in the internet what are the symptoms pf a heart attack! so i beg my mom to take me to the er. The doctorsept me on the er and sent me to my hospital because my heart raye was high. So i stayed there and doctors did some test blood work, ekg , ultrasond on heart and a ctThey i was fine but still feel like im going to have a heart attack. i also feel likr a burning sensation aroun chest and back! Comes and goes and shortness of breath. i though i had i panic attack caisr i couldnt breath so i ran snd felt a little bit better
Asked On : Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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Your symptoms can be due to a cardiac cause, gastroesophageal reflux, anxiety or a myofascial syndrome. Proper and detailed investigations are needed to find the cause.Since the cardiac cause has been ruled out, anxiety and myofascial syndrome is likely. Take mild pain killer like tylenol and do deep breathing and relaxing exercises.
I hope this information has been both informative and helpful for you.
Dr. Praveen Tayal
Answered: Sat, 21 Apr 2012
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