I started getting a strong pulsing sensation in the middle of my abdomen, towards the left side. I'm not experiencing any pain. I feel it mostly when I'm sitting or lying down. I believe I'm too young for it to be an abdominal aortic aneurysm (I'm 25). Could it be something stomach or intestinal related? I have an appointment with my doctor in a couple days but would like to get some ideas as to what could be causing it.
I too experience a strong pulsing sensation right in the middle of my chest, just below my rib cage. It is strange because I can actually see it pulsating when I lie down. I am also worried because I have a strange feeling sometimes that I can't catch my breath, or take a deep breath which seems to be a symptom of an aneurysm. Let me know how you go at the doctors.
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