Im at a loss I have this burning sensation in my left arm. Been going on for a year now. It starts in my back and goes through the to my chest and down my left arm. My dr thought I was having a heart attack about a yr ago. Went to a cardiologist took a stress test. Everything was fine. Went to a neurologist because there was a possibility I had a pinched nerve. They put me on gabepaetin,lyrica, gave me cortiscone shots and some other muscle relaxers and none of them helped. Then my new PCP told it sound like my gall bladder, they tested me and sure enough my gall bladder was only functioning at like 28%. I had my gall bladder over a month and still get this burning sensation in my left arm. Im sick of dealing with the pain and dr's. Does any one have a clue what it is? It really only happens when I eat. I've tried acid reflux meds too they dont help either. Not even sure its fibromyalgia.
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