Mixed Chest Pains & occasionally lower left arm pain (muscle)

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Hello guys, i have been here numerous times for issues related to my abdomen a few years ago, and it was about a year agon after that went i started receiving a mixture of chest pains, which occasionally come and go for a year or just a bit less.

I went to many GP's to check out my issue, and mainly most of them said it was anxiety related, but i was unsure as this continued, i was scared it was my heart. I just turned 18 in September, and I have a very bad anxiety issue.

I Would consider having high blood pressure most of the time (not all the time) would cause me to have heart problems, and doctors said to forget about it, so after I had numerous tests, such as:


Blood and Urine tests

Chest Xray

I began forgetting about it, and actually things were getting a bit better, my IBS feels like its totally gone, and im feelign much better than i felt a year ago.

Now its mainly chest pains, and symptoms feel different at different times, sometimes its like a lightning shock on both sides, but mainly is on left, sometimes its also tight feelings, especially when i move, and it feels fine when exercising (heartburn when exercising), a feeling of specific area pain, and sometimes under the ribs. Just know i get a mixture of everything that comes and goes.(maybe muscle pains)

Also, sometimes lower arm muscle pains when i move it around.

thanks for reading, if anyone has any ideas would be appreciated, tired of going to doctors and they get a bit annoyed seeing me come for no reason everytime lol, so ill give them a break 😃 thanks!!!

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