HI, I am just 28 with no smoking and drinking habit. Since last 3 months I am facing this problem. I feels like my chest is very heavy and my complete mouth dries up. I feel very uneasy. I have already done ECG, stress test and 2D echo but everything was fine. But still now at least once in a week I feel like my chest heavy, bit of pain and mouth gets complete dry. When I spoke with doctor they said its muscular pain but no one was able to detect why mouth is getting dried up. I am on medication since last 3 months but still the problem persists. Also sometime I feel a pain in my joints. I took some medicine on stomach gas but it is still there. When this happens I stay completely disturbed for the as till now I am not able to get the cause of this. Some doctor even said this psychiatric and needs to consult psychiatrist.
Awaiting for some kind of cause of this and solutions
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