Chest

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Gd day ladies just throwing this out to compare similarities. Chest wall or rib cage spasm. I was told its one if our symptoms of meno. I have been through d grinder. I have no symptoms of heart condition and all other body function are in order. the pain is like a spasm and comes before a period or after little by little in d lower chest bone under d breast area. Sometimes my brest are so tender i myself can't move.

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    Hi Wendy! I had a spasm in the middle of a heart catheter test at the hospital last year. Woke me right up in the middle of the procedure, so they stopped. Went in for heart palps, dad died at 42, I was 40...so they kept me there a few days. No heart issues, I am good! That test sucked though! Final diagnosis was GERD.

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    I felt it this morning! it is awful and scary..chest wall pain which sometimes is radiating to ribs. It is not my heart because it is more noticeable from the other side. Running to ER thinking that I had a heart attack and gave me xanax

    I used to have it the first hours of my period..now it seems happening on day 3 or 4 of cycle..

    I thought silent reflux, too

    When happens, I cannot move and it is very difficult to breath, too. It is really scary as all peri symptoms

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    Muscle spasms near my right shoulder blade. Mine are stress induced form my job and I'm sure menopause hasn't helped. I had one so bad one day. I had to go to my doctor and get a shot.

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