Chest tingling electric elastic feeling

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Hey guys an girls

Just wondering if anyone else experiencing a tingling electricity elastic feeling in chest its been there for about 7 days now worse at night rolleyes

Some background

Silent reflux thyroid removed pernicious anemia

I'm being tested for h pylori / ibs

Thank you all

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    Hi:  It could be a medication side effect or it could be a signal of reflux damage.  When I took Nexium, I had the feeling of a needle stuck in my somach.  You should raise the head of your bed 8". Or get an 8" wedge.  These 'minor' health issues can lead to major problems if left untreated.
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      I don't take medication except for levothyroxine and b12 shots I stopped everything else

      Thank you for replying and for the advice I will give it a try x

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    Unfortuneatly, for me I'm now heading for the Diabetes forum.
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      Thanks, I did find some side effects of levothyroxine.  Some are similar to what you described.  But, it does not mean you should stop taking it.

      Less common:

      Chest pain or discomfort

      decreased urine output

      difficult or labored breathing

      difficulty with swallowing

      dilated neck veins

      extreme fatigue

      fainting

      fast, slow, irregular, pounding, or racing heartbeat or pulse

      fever

      heat intolerance

      hives or welts

      increased blood pressure

      increased pulse

      irregular breathing

      irritability

      menstrual changes

      nausea

      pain or discomfort in the arms, jaw, back, or neck

      shortness of breath

      skin itching, rash, or redness

      sweating

      swelling of the eyes, face, lips, throat, or tongue

      tightness in the chest

      tremors

      troubled breathing

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