im a 31 year old male. ive had heart pains for over a year now, it started with a massive pain in the night felt like something was blocking up, ive hada bubble echo test, that was ok a ecg wasnt, i had months of a tight squeeze in my chest then my heart rate would shoot up beat reallyu fast then slow right down, beta blockers didnt work last night was the worst attack i was walking i felt unwell my vision went like i was going blind my heart was racing i looked white in the face i had pains in my heart which i do nearlly every day i couldnt breath properly i was confused felt like my circulation wasnt working and my brain this was the worst one in a year ive hada few simular atttacks and went to hospital but they sent me home saying i never had a heart attack it is getting rather worrying now people are saying its anxiety but how can a constant stabbing pain be that plus these bad attacks for no reason i also get flutters in my heart and my arms like the artery is moving from side to side plus sometimes a mild pain in my legs
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