Trouble diagnosing chest pain

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ten months ago i experienced a sharp/pinching substernal pain just left of the midline when i inhaled just before bed. when i awoke the next morning i was in a mental fog and slightly dizzy, feeling disconnected from the reality i've known my whole life. the chest pain persisted and early on after the onset i started experiencing tachycardia and palpitations. i went to the hospital two weeks after the pain started, i had normal blood work, xrays, ekg, stress test, and a normal CT scan of chest; nothing showing anything in the spot where the pain is. as time went on i started feeling extremely fatigued, almost as if i have tranquilizer coursing through me. my sleep cycle is out of wack and sometimes i wake up and the walls look like there breathing like i'm on hallucinogens, i also started feeling disconnected from reality, having a personality change, and trouble articulating my thoughts. about 1 month after the chest pain started, i started getting bizarre headaches that ranged from constricting head pain to shooting pains in my head. i recently had an MRI in my head and it came back normal. a month or so after chest pain i also started having minor muscle spasm all over my body throughout the day from an eyelid to a random spot on my arm. as for the chest pain, it has hurt in the same spot for the past 10 months. it hurts 80% of the time when i inhale, but 20% i dont feel it. it sometimes aches in the same spot that it hurts on inhalation, furthermore i have been having arrhythmias when i breath deep and hold. lastly, when im laying down at night on my back i feel some type of winding sensation when i am close to the end of inhalation. i had an ablation surgery 4 months before all this started. i have been in a brain fog for 10 months and have had something going on in my chest for just as long. please help

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