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Unsolved Diagnosis: Chest Pain

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  • Posted By: Caiterz
  • October 27, 2011
  • 01:07 AM

Me: -Female -22 -Healthy otherwise, never been sick besides a cold once a year or so. -Blood tests turned out good -Xrays and MRIs are good -EKGs are good -PFT is good I have the results online... somewhere, I can't find it at the moment, I can rescan if you'd like. Major Health History: -Asthma as a young child. It went away by the time i was 8. -Strange skin rash at a child, it went away before I Can remember. -Broke my leg in 4th grade rollerskating -Spilled boiling water on my stomache in 7th grade -My right big toe on my foot is numb on the tip and I cant feel it. I assume some kind of nerve damage. (Did I accidentally kick something too hard? I run into things a lot, lol) -Irregular periods, usually very heavy. (always been that way) -I am very anxious about everything and very shy around all people. (Again, always been that way) -This chest pain thing (which is what this message is about) What is wrong: -Chest pains -Irregular -On left side or right side -Not triggered by anything (tried changing diet as well) -Not triggered by vigorous exercise -Sometimes stabbing, sometimes 1 stab, sometimes pressure. (Doesn't coincide with heartbeats) -The closest I've come to reproducing a chest pain, was when I was carrying a ridiculously heavy ream of paper on my chest.

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