Chest feeling heart attack?

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It's been a long time seen I post something here but I just what to ask u guys if u ever felt something in ur chest like if ur having a heart attack every time a move or make a strong movement I feel like I'm going to faith I don't know how to explain it but I try my best I been feeling like this for 5 days straight I'm just really scared :'(

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    Well I noticed that's every since my anxiety got bad, my chest area is sensitive and I believe that's because I focus so much on it due to my panic attacks. I am very afraid to do anything because I feel that I will speed my heart rate up and trigger something even tho it doesn't really work like that.

    I would call your primary care doctor and go from there. If your experiences are debilitating go to the ER or urgent care center

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    Do your chest pains start from the second you wake up because mine do but I can't stop think about them and I think that's why
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    Well whydont you consult a doc. For some checkup.
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    Yep.. this is me.. I've had so many different tests and cardiac workups, been to the ER multiple times and recently got a diagnosis of musculoskeletal.. went and saw my GP yesterday and she said it was costochondritis.. she said anxiety definitely can make it worse and flare up and after Googling the symptoms it very much mimics heart attacks... I hope I can get a hold of my anxiety and realize that this is not heart related but it's not easy
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