Doctors say im fine but i still dont feel well, im scared.

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I went to the doctors about a month ago they checked everything and said i was fine but i still cant breath the same and i have shortness of breath.  The bill cost me too much to go back to the doctor and i dont have health insurance.  I right now feel like my shoulder is starting to burn and also the back of my neck, i am truly scared i dont know if its angina or if i have an anxiety disorder i need help asap! 

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    have you torn a muscle at all joshua? or have a trapped nerve? Im not sure about the burning sensation being related to anxiety as I have never had it but maybe someone else could shed some light the reason i ask about the muscle or trapped nerve is I have trapped nerves and they give me a burning sensation in my leg it may be worth checking. it took a year of me going back to the doctors before they finally did something is your emergancy department free? 
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    I'm in the same place right now. I'm truly convicted something is wrong with my heart. I went to the ER and got an EKG and chest X-ray. All came back okay. I still have the symptoms a couple months later. Chest pain, shortness of breath, muscle pain. Etc. it's consuming. Even when I'm with friends. I can't shut it off. I'm constantly in pain and uncomfortable. sad I'm sorry you're going through something similar. I too don't have health insurance and can't just go to the doctor as I please. If you ever need to talk know I'm going through the exact same thing. Take care.

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    I get the same exact feelings.. Relax.. He checked you and said you're fine! Do they have low income health insurance or anything youd quality for? I'm finally getting an echo and 24 hour holter for increased heart rate but now I'm nervous about that too lol. Its apparently a lose lose, we will never feel "normal" it seems.. Just relax. If it gets to be where you don't think Its normal, go to the ER and set up a payment arrangement once the Bill comes.. I'm sure you're fine though!

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    Take a different route now. Save yourself more bills. You went and have been told it's anxiety. Right? Learn all you can on this now. You tube can teach you about anxiety and panic disorders. Look up mindful breathing. Read thru this whole forum to get more knowledge and guidance. Hopefully you will be able to get insurance in the near future as a therapist would be helpful. Many medical universities sometimes have clinics that are free as well. You can look into that if needed,

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    I'm only 18 & my mom doesn't have health insurance anymore so I don't have a possible way to figure out if I'm okay or not

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    im 18 and my mom doesnt have health insurance so i dont know how to possibly check if im okay
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      You just went and they said you were right? A lot of aches or pain we get they do heal. The body does know how to heal itself. Have faith in that. dont overuse the shoulder take it easy with. If yiu find you rend to lean to one side a lot that can cause it too. Give it a chance to heal itself.
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      You just went and they said you were allright? A lot of aches or pain we get they do heal. The body does know how to heal itself. Have faith in that. dont overuse the shoulder take it easy with. If yiu find you tend to lean to one side a lot that can cause it too. Give it a chance to heal itself.
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      Many things we get do heal on their own as well. Your body is young and string and does know how to heal. Give it a few weeks and dont lean on that side a lot whilst watching tv, or using electronics. 
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