Hi I Need Help.please. Im 26 Years Old Dont Drink No Drugs,i Been Too Many Doctors Cant Even Remenber How Many.my Ploblem Started About 2 Years Ago Just Lying Down In Bed Watching Tv,i Started Feeling Little Pain In My Chest Like Small Sharp Little Pain.went To Sleep Woke Up Still Had It All Day At Work Didnt Go Away.couple Days Later Went Away. 2 Weeks Later Rushed To Er Because Woke Up At 3 A.m. With Sharp Pains In My Chest Felt Like Coulndt Breath.doctors Sent Me Home After X Rays And Lab Tests Said Anxiety Attack.from Their On Have Been Having Very Bad Chest Pain And Chest Discomfort Now Sometimes Even Just By Standing Up From Were Im Sitting At Or Maybe Just Carrying One Of My Daughters Or Even Walking Or Running Or Trying To Tie My Shoes I Feel My Heart Pounding Even Lying In Bed I Can Actually Count My Heart Beats Just By Staying Still.i Have Visited 3 Cardialogist All Have The Same Conclusion Its All In My Head. I Have Had 2 Monitor Holsters On For 24 Hours, 1 Came Up With Nothing Abnormal The Other One Caught Some Palpitations At 4 Am In The Morning Which Woke Me Up.doctor Saw It And Gave Me Some Metoprolol He Said For Palpitations But Was Sure It Was In My Head Anxiety He Calls It.he Says He Wont Look No Further Because He Found No Ploblem And Forget About It.how Can I Forget About It When I Have 2 Small Little Girls 3 And 4 Months And I Cant Even Play With Them Without Feeling Like Im Going To Drop.(symptoms) I Have Pain In Chest, Feel Palpitations ,pain In Left Arm , Numbness In Both Hands But The Worst Is Poundind In My Heart Just By Randomly I Just Need Help.echo Tests Performed Came Back Negative .nuclear Medicine On My Chest Came Back Negative, Camera Down My Throat Into My Stomach Just A Small Hiatel Hernia Discoverd (received Nexium For It).cat Scan On My Organs Negative.lab Test Negative.but The Palpitations And Pain Keep Getting Worse Speacially The Pounding In My Heart Just By Moving Or Even Talking Dont Know What To Do.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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