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Ongoing Chest Pain

Heart & Blood Health | Last Active: Jul 27, 2021 | Replies (113)

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@niksonrex

No, that is the wierdest part. It doesnt happen when i do anything specific. The pain feels ,rarely stabbing, and usually feels dull. Like when someone grips a part of your body real hard. I think its right under my third rib, and right where it starts. Cant say if it is the rib or behind it.

The only thing i noticed yesterday is that, when i really make myself upright (i usually dont stand very upright cause i am sitting alot, im working on that) it eases off. It might have been a coinsidence but im not sure cause i also dont ever feel it if im lying down or when practicing HEMA where i gotta stand upright.
Also never felt it 2-3 hours after waking up. Might be that i dont notice it but that is what i felt. And again its not unbearable. I can easly just forget about it when im doing something.

And thanks for moving it here, im new here so i dont really know the layout well xD.

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Hi @niksonrex,

You may wish to view this Mayo Clinic Q and A:
– Chest pain despite normal stress test information https://newsnetwork.mayoclinic.org/discussion/mayo-clinic-q-and-a-chest-pain-despite-normal-stress-test/

I'm also tagging @kromp @lisab62 @jeny4 @scotr124m @rsmith011 @cherfenn @iagrrl who've written about similar concerns, and I’m certain they will join in with their thoughts.

@niksonrex, sometimes digestive issues like gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), can also cause a feeling of tightness under the breastbone (sternum), which may resemble chest pain; would you consider asking your doctor about this? Are you still experiencing pain?

Hi @niksonrex ! I am a 24 year old girl currently experiencing similar symptoms, wanted to follow up here and see if you ever found anything that might help me out? thanks!

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