chest pain need info pls help

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How bad does chest pain get with anxiety. My wife suffers with anxiety and gets chest pain to the point where her leg shakes with the pain . This pain is also felt in her shoulders and back . She has been been to the docs and had a ECG results are fine . Can the pain she gets be this bad and last for an hour or more .pls help

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    I get chest pain so regular and so much iv had a heart ultrasound about 12 ecgs in the last year and hospital and doctors visits so much I have many more problems too I had horrible chest pain for a full day my friend who is on here Laura also has chest pain to the point she is crying nearly all day anxoety can cause so much and I think chest pain is the most common hun
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    Thanks for your help we wondered if it was anxiety or something else . I suffer myself with anxiety and don't get chest pain hardly ever .when my wife gets this pain out the blue there are no other systems at all shes not worrying or thinking about anything the pain just comes
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      Sound just even more like anxiety just comes on out the blue so you get worried it's anxiety feeding just like people that have panic attacks they come on out the blue so it can feed
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    Such a power full thing anxiety that can cause so much pain and heart ache . But in the end it don't actually harm you but it scares the hell out of you for a short time
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      111 mmmm I watched a documentary on 111 and they are not medically trained they read things off a screen better off going direct and wasting not time 999 from what I have seen . But thanks anyway I do try and reassure her telling her this has happened lots of times and your still here its the not knowing what causes it that starts the panic
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