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Every night I have stabbing chest pains and a weird sensation in my throat that I cannot breath properly. Normal chest x ray, echo and EKG?

Difficult to say but. It's possible that your chest pain could be gastrointestinal related like reflux. At night, it's not uncommon that stomach contents can "reflux" into your throat. Reflux into your food pipe (esophagus) can cause the chest pains you describe. You should review this possibility with your primary care and in the meanwhile consider sleeping with several pillows or place your bed at an incline.

Every night I have stabbing left chest pains and a weird sensation in my throat that I cannot breath properly. Normal chest x ray, echo and EKG?

Esophagus? I wonder if you don't have something wrong with your esophagus, the food pipe that connects your mouth to your stomach? These pains frequently occur more often at night, and would be missed if only a chest X-ray and EKG were run. Inflammation of the esophagus can best be determined via an EGD, a scope procedure run by a gastroenterologist. Speak with your doctor.

Normal chest X-ray and VQ SCAN. Normal ekg. Chest and back pain, gurggling sound, short of breath, dizzy. Also tachycardic and dry cough. Please help.

Possible asthma. Please see a board certified pulmonary medicine expert (pulmonologist)-ASAP- Unable to diagnose online; however, very suggestive of bronchospasm with superimposed viral or bacterial infection.
Need re evaluation. I assume you have been to the ER and were discharged. A serious cause for your symptoms seems less likely as your initial tests were normal. Among the less serious causes for such symptoms is the possibility of a chest cold and superimposed panic attack with hyperventilation. But if your symptoms persist you need to be re evaluated to determine the proper diagnosis. Return to the ER if needed.
In-Person Evaluation. You need further face2face evaluation by a physician. Sounds like you are in the middle of a work-up. Are you an inpatient or is this evaluation being done as an outpatient? Sounds like you are looking for a second opinion? Too much information is required to properly second guess your current work-up. Online is not appropriate for this purpose.

What can cause chest pain for several days? Went to Er, EKG normal and chest X Ray normal, lungs sound fine. This is the third time this has happened

Chest pain. There are many causes of chest pain, the heart is one, intestinal gas and thoracic musculoskeletal pains are very common, anxiety and panic attacks likewise are frequent causes. You should always ask the doctors who see you what they think is the problem you came for and what to do about it.

17 year old active male run 4/5 mi daily, ekg, echo, chest X-ray, blood work normal peak flow meter normal feel lack of air and chest pain for 3 months?

During exercise? If symptoms only occur during exercise could be exercise induced asthma, narrowing of airways in lungs triggered by strenuous exercise. It causes shortness of breath, wheezing, coughing and discomfort during or after exercise. Treatment can be gotten with medications and certain ways of controlling temperature prior to workouts.