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For the last week when I move I get a tickly feeling in chest. My ECG was fine, what coul this be? 

For the last week when I move I get a tickly feeling in chest. My ECG was fine, what coul this be? 

Palpitations: It is common for all people to skip an occasional heart beat. Sometimes, we can sense these skips. These sensation are called palpitations. There are a number of causes of palpitations, from thyroid dysfunction to anxiety. If your symptoms persists, make a follow up appointment with your physician. ...Read more

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Tingling (Definition)

Tingling is a pins and needle like sensation anywhere on the body. May also be termed paresthesia. Can experience when elbow is bumped (funny bone), or even from frostbite. On its own, unlikely significant but may be part of nerve pathology from ...Read more


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I have a tickling feeling in my chest and I sometimes struggle to breathe. Is it asthma or anxiety.

I have a tickling feeling in my chest and I sometimes struggle to breathe. Is it asthma or anxiety.

GET IT CHECKED: It is very hard ti tell you based on your tickling feeling .It needs to be checked with a detailed history and comprehensive physical exam and if indicated some blood and other tests to make a correct diagnosis So make an appointment with your Primary Care Doctor or Clinic and find the cause and treatment if any needed ...Read more

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When i breathe in i get this burning feeling in top of chest, and tickling cough feeling. No phlem, xray clear, CBC good. No fever ? But feel lousy

When i breathe in i get this burning feeling in top of chest, and tickling cough feeling. No phlem, xray clear, CBC good. No fever ? But feel lousy

Need to look at meds: You underlying pots condition causes rapid heart rate and the meds are trying to slow it down , bu the meds are probably causing the symptoms. Need to have the doctor reevaluate the need of the meds in your case, Lopressor is the issue. ...Read more

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When I cough there is a tingling feeling in the middle of my chest. What could it be?

When I cough there is a tingling feeling in the middle of my chest. What could it be?

Possibilities...: This is possibly due to a musculoskeletal problem. Possibilities include muscle strain, cartilage inflammation, etc. The possible diagnoses of the cough include bronchitis, bronchospasm, gerd, sinus disorders, etc. See your doctor for a more specific diagnosis. ...Read more

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On the left side of my chest near my stomach I have been having this numbing/tingling feeling for awhile what could it be?

Tough to say: Without an exam, but any time the chest is involved with numbness and tingling, it is important to make sure it is not your heart or "cardiac" in nature. Best for you to get and evaluation. Good luck. ...Read more

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I feel cold in chest/back/head and tingling feeling in neck/shoulder. Sometime feel hot all the sudden. No thyroid issue. What could be the cause?

I feel cold in chest/back/head and  tingling feeling in neck/shoulder. Sometime feel hot all the sudden. No thyroid issue. What could be the cause?

Need for examination: Your symptoms warrant a more detailed history, physical examination and may be lab or imaging studies. It is not feasible to provide a meaningful opinion without an investigation. It would be prudent to see your doctor. ...Read more

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