i have this dull ache in my left chest and breast?
i have been feeling this weird ache and pain in my left breast and chest....for a week...... i am 20 yrs old.... i had been feeling this symptoms since last year.... and last november.... i felt this hypertension....or anxiety attack i cant really explain and i felt really sick..... the ache that im feeling in my chest part...is although bearable still i felt very uncomfortable....and very frightening..i also felt the pain in my back....the upper area and sometimes also felt the pain in my arms... or into the other breast.... i consulted my doc and all my test are normal...including ecg's and my xray.... but i can still feel the pain...he said that i only lack exercise and i should change my life style. he gave me some meds and after a week im back to normal again...but this week the pain returns..... so im really scared...my family thinks im just thinking that i have a disease but in truth i have none...but i really think otherwise...because i can feel my own body...pls...can anyone answer me??what should i do.... i dont have any family members or relatives that had heart problems....so i dont have it in my genes. or maybe my breast is only growing? or maybe i only have muscle pain aches in my chest?
I know exactly what you're talking about, I'm experiencing this, too. I'm only 21. I would like some answers to this, too. I wonder if it could be a hormonal thing, or if it's just a pulled muscle. It's unsettling, but overthinking it makes it worse. I just notice anytime my heart beats faster, if something makes me jump or I get anxious, it feels worse. But it's only in this one spot, on the left upper portion of my breast/chest. It's weird. :/
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