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ache below left collarbone and in left chest area

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Hi, I am a 28yr old 5ft 10 white british male. I was diagnosed with ME oct 2008. I have that condition under control but at present I am suffering with different problems. I am getting pressure dull ache below my left collarbone and in my left chest area. I also have pain and numbness in my left bicep radiating down my arm into my ring finger on occasions. I am due to have a MRI on my head and back due to having an episode of loss of left arm and numb left jaw,leg. I ended up in hospital before xmas with bleeding fresh red blood from rectum which was investigating with clear results. I have also lost size in my belly area but same weight without meaning to. Anyhelp would be very grateful


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replied June 22nd, 2014
Chest Pain Answer A35186
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Dull ache under left clavicle and into left chest and pain and numbness in the left arm could all be due to a musculoskeletal problem, for example, with the cervical (neck) spine. The MRI should reveal any problems in that area. There is nothing in the history that suggest a heart origin for the pain.
I can't see any relation between this problem and the previous episode of rectal bleeding.


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