my husband is 32 years old.He is a generally fit man,but for the past 5 months or so he has suffered from a recurring chest pain,that he describes as an everlasting weekening pain.
he said it is in his chest just above where his ribs are,lifting his arms can bring on the pain,as can rising from bed.it is not there permanentely,but when it happens it can last for days on end.then go away again.
he went to the doctors twice and after numerous checks was told that nothing could be done and they didnt know what was wrong.
its driving us mad,he said he doesnt think its a heart related problem.,
and the pain isnt when breathin and doesnt affect his breathing.
can anyone tell me what the ***l is wrong with him?
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