I am a 22 year old female. I work in an office very long hours and don't exercise much. I am about 145 lbs and don't smoke but I do drink. I have been getting these shooting pains up the middle of the front of my neck, and a fullness feeling in the right side from my ear under my jaw and down the right side of the front of my neck. I do have anxiety but it happens when I'm not even feeling anxious. It is random shooting pains that last less than a minute but the fullness is constant. Sometimes they accompanied by pretty bad headaches or migraines. Before I started getting these pains I was getting shooting pains from my stomach to my chest followed by a pressure in my chest. I'm not really sure what to do anymore. I eat healthy-ish. I have health insurance but this will involve all sorts of tests which I can not afford at all. If you have any further questions I will answer right away. Has this happened to anyone else? If so what was causing it?View Thread
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