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when i'm angry and mad or nervous pain in my left arm and heart
when i get angry and mad or nervouss of something i get left arm heavy feeling and feeling of a bit pressured or like a rubbing feeling on the heart.I'm on calmants benzo. and effexor.when it gets like this i higher the dose and i feel relief.this been going since 1 year.do i have to worry?
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I this has been going on for a year, it's probably not your heart, or you'd have had a cardiac emergency by now.  Talk to your doctor and find out if this is a common side effect of any of the meds you are on.
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Tanxxx annie,,,,i hate docs they make things worse lol,,,,,,my heart low blood pressure was always high since many years now btw 9 and 10 max sometimes but this angryness is making me all this and i have a social situation that mekes me stressfull nearly each day dats y......tanxxxx for your concern Annie......God bless you with another lovely child.
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Thank you, Pearl, for your wishes.  Try to find a good woman doctor, it makes a difference.
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