have a a lot of problems, tbi, ptsd, anxiety, heartburn, neck problems. but the pain in my arm seams to come after i eat. after i eat it feels like my heart jumps and the pain starts. it makes my anxiety go way up witch starts more problems. its always on the inside of my arm and a little chest pain but not much. it dont stay around long 20 mins waybe. i got wounded in afghanistan and i know i get palpatations from my anxiety. it just drives me nuts not knowing whats going on. i had ekg, echo, x-rays, blood work etc. i take zanex everyday thats really the only thing. pepto when i need it for heartburn opset stomach. i just dont know if its my heart or stomach thats causing the pain. i think the worst always. thats makes it worse i know. just trying to get some help. thx SSG ARMY (RET)View Thread
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