Stress may/can cause symptoms such as chest pain, and even wreak havoc on the entire body.
Medical rule of thumb, ANY bothersome, concerning, troublesome, worrisome, worsening or new symptom(s) should be reported to a qualified doctor promptly.
In general-only here, chest/thoracic area (right, left, upper, lower, center/middle, side) pain, stationary or radiating elsewhere, with or without accompanying symptoms, has various causes, cardiac and non-cardiac, which includes, but is not limited to, pulmonary, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal, and psychological/psychogenic.
Additionally, of the various types/kinds of heart conditions, some which can at occur at ANY AGE, symptoms may/can be acute (occurring suddenly), be chronic (occurring over a long period of time), come and go (be transient, fleeting or episodic) or even be silent.
Best of luck to your husband and you down the road of life. Live long and prosper.
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Please tell me this is a joke...IF your husband is getting center chest pains are yo really going to come on the internet for a diagnosis ??? He needs at the least a full work up with blood work and EKG and an ech stress test, I really dont understand why anyone would come here with chest pain symptoms and look for an answer... So if we say " yes its stress" and he has a heart attack.....order a stress test ASAP
we have but they did not find anything and it is my worries so i know what is going on with him because the dr's will not tell me anything ok i also know what heart attects is so i know it is not one of those i just wanted someone elses openion ok ty every much by the way the dr's told me if i have any concerns to check here first
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