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    Weird Sensation in chest.
    Carpediem277 posted:
    Weird Sensation in chest. Feels like palpitation/flutter but when I feel my chest I just feel regular strong normal beats. Its a constant feeling. Went to cardiologist and ECG and CT scan came back normal. I am not anxious. They get really bad at night and wake me up and then also in the morning until about noon. Glad the results came back normal BUT going mad since they arent resolving. I might be having PVCs but its so constant and more of a twitch. The afternoons are better but the werid feeling is always there. Food has no effect on the feeling. Its really had to explain but its a twitchy/spasm feeling but when I touch my chest I feel nothing out of the ordinary. It feels so internal. I am constantly having this weird sensation on the left side of my chest/rib/sternum. Does not hurt but it is really bothering me because no results show anything out of the norm. Its not a pulled muscle becuase I have tried ice,heat and rest with ibuprofen and doesnt help in the least. No anxious but gonna make me if it keeps up.

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