first off id like to say thank you for creating a forum where ppl can seek help.
My name is George, I'm a 26 year old male. I work in a Textile plant with my family. I go to the gym probably 4-5 times a week, weights and cardio. I'm quite healthy and active guy. I drink beer on the weekends, i used to smoke marijuana. Ive stopped its been around a month.I do not smoke cigarettes or take any other drugs or medication. I lost my left eye about 4 years ago in a work accident, but i got over that.
About a month ago, i started to take creatin(i have in the past). Anyways, i started to get a pain on the left side of my chest and numbness in my left arm and hand. Not super numb as if u fell asleep on it, but tingling. The pain in my chest is in the area to the left,down of my nipple. its been their everyday since it started. I got dizzy just a couple of times..for a few seconds...
Ive also had trouble breathing, but this has happened be4 my chest pains started..i think my room is too dusty.. it happens to me allot the day after i clean/vacuum my room..maybe some slight asthma?
Anyways, i went to the ER 3 times, they did and EKG scan.. nothing. they said I'm fine..
OH BTW when i was around 10 i was diagnosed with wolf Parkinson's white syndrome.. but the docs said it has nothing to do with my pains..
I did a blood test for STDs 10 days ago, I'm getting the results tomorrow.. I'm paranoid, so I'm trying to eliminate all possibilities..
About a year ago i had intercourse with a women and the glove broke, so i wanna get that out of the picture..
What are my other options? maybe i pinched a nerve lifting weights? maybe i have GERD ( i eat allot of meat and food in general)
Anyways, any feedback would be appreciated.
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