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    about chest pain
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    An_255755 posted:
    My age is 26. i have anxiety for last one year.
    now i am getting pain in the left side of the heart.
    when the pain come i am feeling very dull. is this any heart releated problm i ahve .
    Pls help me by replying
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    prasad1987 responded:
    pain in the left side of the chest
     
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    billh99 responded:
    Chest pain can be caused by heart conditions, lung problems, muscular or bones, gastric reflux among others.

    There is no way to diagnose this from the internet.

    A rule of thumb that any symptoms that are concerning you you need to get them checked out by a medical professional.
     
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    stellagonzalez responded:
    Are you doing any sort of exercise...
     
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    prasad1987 replied to stellagonzalez's response:
    I am doing Jogging
     
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    James Beckerman, MD, FACC responded:
    If you are experiencing chest pains, it is a good idea to discuss them with your doctor. There can be lots of different causes.


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