I am 25 years and have been experiencing pain that has moved from my lower left breast to my upper chest & often it's extremely excruciating & runs down my left arm numbing it as well as radiating through my back. Previously, the days I experienced pains weren't many, but lately I can tell you the days I don't have the pain are much more frequent. At times, it leaves a burning sensation in my throat & I feel as though I can't breath & feel weak/ lethargic. Worse, I haven't my tummy feels bloated .what is my problem, diagnosis and solution.
Tanya, I'd like to suggest you see you doc and have your heart checked out. If that proves to be fine, your doc may want to consider looking into the state of your upper digestive tract and evaluating you for acid reflux and esophageal spasm problems.
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