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Over the last year, I’ve had constant chest pain to various severities. The pain occurs all across my chest almost up to my shoulders and with deep breaths I can feel the pain get worse. Also if I turn certain ways the pain gets worse and at night I usually get some palpitations trying to go to sleep. I’ve done all of the following tests and all have come back fine with the exception of possibly a gallbladder problem: blood tests, chest x-ray, EKG, echocardiogram, stress test, HIDA scan, MRI of head (had a headache for 2 months straight), chest CT, and abdominal CT. Because the chest pain is constant and not linked to eating, my doctor is hesitant to remove the gallbladder. I’m having an upper GI scope in a couple of weeks to get a look at my stomach and esophagus.
Does anyone have any recommendations moving forward? After a year this constant pain is starting to wear me down.
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