Sharp pains in left chest, arms,and back pain

by Guest10912536  |  10 years, 1 month(s) ago

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headache as well and pressure type of pain in left shoulder.

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  1. liza amelia

    Most back pain is the result of muscle strains or sprained ligaments and is resolved within about 6 weeks under a physician's care. Sometimes, however, back pain is the result of sitting or standing in one position too long, and some good stretches may alleviate the pain. Back pain affects millions of individuals annually, some of it chronic and some acute--such as that following an injury. While a chiropractor or doctor may be required, much can be done at home to alleviate the condition If you have determined that your back pain isn't the result of an illness or injury, please visit here:

  2. Nathan Arthur

    This may be the muscular or gastric pain. So, you have to check whether this is the case or not. I am usually consulting from [url=]fitness guide[/url] so i will recommend you to consult from there.

  3. Leonardo
    The pain that you are having might be due to a problem in the spine of your neck or a muscle problem. There are other potential causes in your case as well such as mitral valve prolapse (benign condition that should have appeared on the echocardiogram but since it did not appear on the echocardiogram then you most probably don't have it). The sensation of palpitations sometimes can present with chest pain or discomofort. Anxiety attacks can somtimes present also with chest pain. To have the peace of mind, it is not a bad idea to have the stress echocardiogram, but the probability that it will turn out positive in your case is very miniscule, meaning that there is nothing to worry about. In the meantime, if your thyroid functions have not been already checked, i suggest you have them checked.

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