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Weird muscle spasms, sharp pains everywhere my body, cold sensations, especially chest pains. Should I go see a chiropractor? ECG shows normal.

My suggestion would. be to see a Neurologist or a Pain Management physician who'll be able to investigate the cause of your symptoms. I don't believe a Chiropractitioner would be able to help, as I have a couple of Chiropractice colleagues and they don't do these cases. Good Luck. Read more...

I have pots, I get chest pain like angina when exercising since 18, im 22. I've had ecg, stress ecg, echo, cmri, mr angiography. Should I do any other?

Normal? Assuming those tests were all normal (as i would expect in someone your age), i think it's clear that your heart is not the cause of your pain. It's time to investigate a different potential cause. The 2 usual suspects are musculo-skeletal and gastrointestinal. Your pain could be due to gastritis, esophageal reflux, peptic ulcer disease, etc. Or fibromyalgia, costochondritis, myofascial syndrome. Read more...

Can nerve damage cause this on & off upper left back and left chest pain (twitching, burning)or what can it be?!? Had ECG stress test normal 1 year ago

Nerves twich & burn. It would be highly unusual to find these symptoms attributed to the heart in a 21 year-old. Damage or pathology involving nerves (peripheral or central) is the most likely explanation for these symptoms. Non-organic causes are also possible if symptoms are unchanged over the past year. Read more...

Normal 2decho, ECG monthly, chest xray, stress test. But keep coming back to ER bcoz of chest pain and doctors don't want to entertain me anymore what 2 do?

See family doctor. Yoy have chronic chest pain and the er does not want to see you returning. You have anxiety and high blood pressure. See your family doctor about feed back for stress reduction and controlling your bloops pressure. You may find that controlling BP controls chest pain. Read more...

24 M, 5'11", 178lbs, no smoke & drink. Have stabbing left chest pain. Hard to breath. Easily tired. Had cardio test, normal cbc, ecg, echo, stress. Still bad.

Non-cardiac. Your symptoms are not typical of heart disease and your negative workup confirms it. A different diagnosis needs to be considered. Your pain is either pleural based or muscular. Physical exam and possibly xray and blood work can distinguish the cause. Warmest wishes. Read more...

Chest pain, hard to breath, back and neck pain, diagnosed with costo and anxiety. Normal 2d echo jan 2013, ecg, stress test, endoscopy. Do I have to worry?

Concern? If the problem is not solved, if you are still in pain, then obviously you are still concerned right? Have you gotten a chest xray? I would also consider a rheumatologist (this is a connective tissue specialist) for another opinion of possible connective tissue disease. Read more...