Left arm pain and jaw pain

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Hi

For the last 3 months i had been having jaw pains and left arm pain. 3 months ago i started having chest pain as well and went to a cardiologist who said my heart is fine and both angina and a heart attack seem unlikely given I'm 21 years old healthy and in good shape. An ecg echocardiogram chest x ray and blood work was done and as regards to the chest pain, it happens after i touch it so i was given anti inflammation pills for that to heal. I'm scared that i might have angina given the hand pain and jaw pain but my chest is healing up. what should i do?

To say Everything since I'm still a student i was having anxiety because of my thesis and exams but all that anxiety is much better.

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    A hospital doctor told my wife that more than 50% of patients who report with chest are found that it is not of cardiac origin. 
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    Greeting

    Pain is signal of a problem in your health.pain can be differentiated in many ways.example you may experience headache while the problem is in the stomach.but pain is abnormal.on your side you are young 21yrs.most of the young people experience health problems mostly due to lack of activity and dehydration. I would advise you to exercise atleast 30minutes a day and drinking 8 glasses of clear fluids for 5days.then reply back if any change thank you.

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      Will try this and see how it goes. Though due to an inflammation in my chest i cannot really exercise right now.

      Thank you

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