Chest tight and feeling wierd

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hi all i have no idea if i have covid or not but my whole body feels painful and achey i have no fever though but i do have a cough but its not persistant i have chest pain and i have chest tighness which feels really strange its making my neck and throat feel like its being squeezed i went to A&E because i was concered about the chest pains so i had a ECG WHICH CAME BACK NORMAL so im so unsure of what to do next

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    This time of year, you could be experiencing allergies which could be explained by your symptoms. They say 80% of people who think they have had covid 19 and have the antibody test find out they haven't! It is just human to think you may have this virus, if you have anything similar to any of the symptoms. The more we read symptoms the more we can identify to them, that is why doctors always tell you to not look up your symptoms online! It amazes me when reading posts by people on this website who say they have had 2-3 covid tests come back negative that they still are convinced they have had it. It just shows how powerful your mind is!

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    Have you been tested? These are same symptoms I had and I was positive. You need to be tested and even if it's negative it may be incorrect so you ought to self isolate for 7 days and anyone living with you for 14. Rest a huge amount, plenty of water and paracetamol every 4 hours. Am now in my 4th week and symptoms starting to go. Hope you feel better soon. X

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    Hi crystal

    All of us on here have had the same symptoms as you, maybe go for a test and ask for a xray, speak to your Dr as well and rest, drink lots of fluids and see how you go ❤️

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