A 31-year-old female asked:
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I'm twenty eight and do have anxiety. I'm experiencing chest and back pain and tightness, arm pain, and a pounding heart, for no reason I can think of?

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Dr. Alex Mompoint
23 years experience in Pain Management
Radiating chest pain: These symptoms could be related to a heart attack, infection, blood clot to the lungs, an abnormality in the anatomy of the major arteries supplying nutrient, oxygenation to the heart. A follow up with your physician is recommended for further evaluation and management.
Answered on Sep 23, 2017

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