Costo

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Been to the DRs twice and both told me heart rate blood pressure and breathing are fine but just had another flare up of costo, only had for around a month and a half , does anyone else feel that when they have a flare up they can feel there heart beating in there chest centre or other weird location? Any replies would be grateful new here

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    Hi Adam. I think I'm suffering from costo. Had blood tests ecgs bp checked all normal but I suffer from an awful pain at top of my ribcage on the left and also this evening right in my stern am area I'm really hoping it's nothing sinister 😥 My heart beats very quick sometimes I think it's when we get a pain we start to panic which sends our heartbeat fluttering like crazy. Hope you feel better soon!
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      Thanks for the reply emma, yeah I had an ECG and vitals took again yesterday and everything is fine but I know exactly how you feel because its in the same place as yours, about half way up my left pek almost touching the sternum going up the middle, the anxiety this is bringing on is driving me mad! Ice , sleeping upright, dicoflex, and rest is the advice I can give you! Hope you are well
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      Really..... It's awful isn't it I almost feel like I need to push something back in just under my left ribcage does that make sense??? Try not too worry as hard as it is once I found this forum it was amazing I was so frightened but it helps to know that your not alone !
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      Yeah I know that feeling, just on a different part lol think I may have injured mine whilst at the gym, then I had a cold after and was coughing alot sad and yeah totally the forum is great! Hope you are feeling better!
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