I was diagnosed with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) back in 2005 when I was around 14 or 15 years old, I am now 23 years old. I was also diagnosed with Bile Reflux, Esophagitis, IBS, and a hiatal hernia. I've had ultrasounds, xrays, upper GI endoscopies, and CAT SCANS as well. Due to the horrific experiences with my health problems at a very young age, I developed depression and anxiety to the point I wouldn't leave my house for a year. I overcame that around 2007-08 and I haven't experienced any severe anxiety or depression ever since, I think I got it under control. I went to the ER a few months ago because I was experiencing really bad chest pains and shortness of breath, I know stomach problems can also cause chest pain, including esophagitis. I was diagnosed with Costochondritis. In April just a few months ago I got an XRAY done and I believe its called an EKCG for my chest, they said it look great nothing wrong. A few days ago like August 7th, I had a really bad panic attack and ever since then I've been feelnig indigestion problems again, and I've been feeling nauseaous, pain around my breatbone on both sides, near my ribs. Pain located under my armpits and shoulder. I get numbness on both arms, but I also feel numbness on my legs. This could be a result of the anxiety. But its so weird, my left arm has been feeling numbness for almost week now, and the numbness and pain is only located in two places of my arm, its located near the armpit and biceps, and i get shooting pain in my middle finger. When I move my wrist the pain increases. When I put weight on my arm to lets say pick myself up from the floor, my pain increases alot in my bicep and shoulder. I'm scared I might be having a heart attack or something but I already got an xray and other tests a few months ago in April and back in January when I was diagnosed with Costochondritis. I do have a lot of other health problems like Esopahgitis and GERD which can cause pain under the breastbones. What I feel the most pain and numbness is in my bicep and it spreads to my shoulder. Its like 90% of the time on my left side but it sometimes radiates to my right arm and my legs. If I had insurance I'd run to the doctor but I cant afford it, and what keeps me from going is the fact I have other pre-existing conditions which can cause it but I never experienced numbness and pain for so long. I'm not overweight, and I eat pretty healthy, I drink water 99% of the time with every meal. I eat pretty healthy too. I guess what I am asking is, has this happened to anyone? Could this be a heart attack? or does a heart attack feel different?