Hi, Im 35 yrs of age and went to my doctor to report the pain in my chest that flows up my neck into my head and he said Im too young for a heartattack or blood clotting and im being a worrier. I went to another Doctor for a second opinion and he to said I was kind of being a hypercondract. I stopped seeing both of these doctors and don't know where to turn.I fear I maybe having a serouse issue but I cant get a doctor to hear me or validate my concerns with a test. I get a sharp pain so bad under my left breast I can't breath and it last for about a min straight like some one stabbed me and they keep twisting the blade, then I get a lump like pain that travels near my collarbone up into my neck then disapears behind my ear. I fear im haveing heart problems and blood clotts are traveling to my brain and one day i will either die of a heartattack or an anirsem from a blood clot. please someone help me understand whats happening and where can I be seen? I live in CO.View Thread
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