backpain is sign of heart problem or panic attacks?

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hi to all.for these days I have backpain n twinging in arms too.i did echo scan for heart n it was good.but I am still nervous that it may be about heart.or again its about my panic attacks?i had chestpain before too but this time backpain thing is totaly new

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    Hiya i suffer from health anxiety and believe me anxiety can manifest itself in different ways.. it sounds like anxiety to me 😣 ive been really bad for a while so anxious about cancer its scary, every ache and pain i think its that. Today i feel tired and aching all over, i wouldnt worry too much as it really does sound like ur anxiety and its bloody scary when it makes u feel unwell 😢 xx
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      Im bad for googling too, it the worst thing to do as it always comes up with Cancer or some other life limiting illness😣 we are our own worst enemy really as we feed our dreaded fear, its like tonight ive got such a dull ache right side bottom of bk and top of leg and its irritating and i keep relating it to me losing the brown discharge... then i think when i go the docs tomorrow im going to get told ive got the dreaded cc😠😯 so if anything try ur absolute hardest not to google xx
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    If we all are facing same thing n found normal in our tested that means there is nothing wrong in our body n we should face the pain which we are experiencing now. We are enough conscious to understand what's going on. What I understood is whatever we are feeling is because of stress which we are putting over our mind if this going to last for long time it will start affecting to our life.
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