I have had many tests, EKGs, and even an emergency run to hospital to figure out where my chest pains are coming from. I have had them for years. They are not as bad as when I started with them 4-5 years ago. I would have a horrible pain in the middle of my chest that would travel up my neck to my right ear. It would last for 10 minutes or longer and then go away. They were so painful I didn't want anyone to touch me and could not "ignore" them by watching T.V. or closing my eyes. Some of them have awakened me in the middle of the night. It doesn't seem to correlate eating anything specific. I just had a mild one a couple days ago at a movie theater, but it went away fast and was not as intense. I must say that I was quite stressed when they first started. Any ideas? I am F, 52, 40lbs overweight. I walk and hike 3-4 times a week. Basically-strong.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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