I've had 4 ekgs and one eco gram on my heart in the past year every one of them was fine I might be overexagerating with my chest pain? Aniexty?

Chest pain. You are a 22 year old male. Very unlikely to have coronary artery disease at this age (if there is no family history of premature heart disease). It could an anxiety disorder. There are other causes of chest pain like pleuritis, pericarditis, pleuropericarditis, myocarditis, musculoskeletal pain etc. Consult your physician.
Anxiety. It sounds like you probably have anxiety disorder but without knowing more about you than the normal tests you list can only speculate.

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Went to ER had chest pain EKG was ischemic from one 2 years ago eco was fine no heart attack no damage need to see a cardio I am freaked out m 41?

See cardiologist . My opinion is you need to see a cardiologist. This could be related to ischemic heart disease and i think would warrant expert evaluation you might need a stress test versus angiography. Read more...
Ischemia. Cardiac ischemia usually suggests coronary artery blockages. An echocardiogram does not detect coronary artery problems but can detect heart muscle damage, weakness or enlargement. An echocardiogram can be perfectly normal even when there is significant coronary artery disease. I recommend that you consult a cardiologist for further diagnosis, stress testing and advice. Read more...

I am 30 and have had constant chest pain for a few years. My EKG a few years back was fine but it is worse now and my heart beats really hard all the time?

Unlikely angina. Based on your age and the chronic nature of your pain, it is unlikely coronary disease. The differential list would include esophageal conditions, anxiety disorders, mitral valve prolapse, inflammation of the chest wall joints and pleurisy., to name a few. Read more...
Chest pain. We need to know why the ekg is worse now. And if your heart is beating fast, you need to really be under care of your doctor. He/ she should be able to find the cause. Good luck. Read more...