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pinching feeling on the left side of the breast above the

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pinching feeling on the left side of the breast above the heart
Hello,

Since when are you having this problem?

Is it continuous or flitting?

Any palpitations/ heart burn/ sweats/ weakness?

How is your BP/ thyroid? Do you have diabetes?

Any other problem?

Thanks.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.

No I do not having any of those things. Just the normal women night sweats. BP is fine and no thyroid problems, and I am not a diabetic.

 

My physical problems are peripheral neropathy, lumbar disc problems, acute nephritis and arthritis.

Thanks. I am happy for you. It sounds so good for your health so far.

May I know for how long did the pinching feeling last? or is it continuous?

Has this happened for the first time?

Thanks. Shall wait for your reply.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
This has happen off and on
How long does each episode last?

Thanks. Am waiting for your reply.
Customer: replied 8 years ago.
any where between 1 to 2 hours

Thanks for all the information.

Going by the details that you have provided, it seems that this may be just normal and inconsequential, or could be a spasm or perhaps a costochondritis. However, considering your age, it would be prudent to get an EKG/ ECG done so as to be sure that there is nothing wrong with the heart, and get yourself checked up by your doctor. It may also be good if you can get your cervical spine checked and X-rayed.

Best wishes.

RAJESH CHAUHAN and other Health Specialists are ready to help you

Please have a look at the links that I am placing out here for more info:

http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/chest-pain/DS00016/DSECTION=symptoms


http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/pinched-nerve/DS00879


Best wishes.