I am a 25 year old female little over weight but fairly healthy. For the past week I have been experiancing chest/breast tightness on left side. Sometimes if feels like it is radiating from under the left breast bone. I also get spasms/fluttering under my left breast. Does anyone know what this could be?
im not sure either, im a newby here too because this fluttering your talking about is happening to me too but right in the center of my chest....so the obvious thought is that its the heart. this happens to me more frequently now but mostly after i eat.......it really takes the breath away.....and makes me anxious which isnt good because ive had an anxiety issue since my gall bladder was removed two years ago....UGH!!! Just starting to read all the posts and get a handle on it!
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