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I have been having chest pain and pressure. I have had 2 EKG's and a lung test done and they both came back fine. I have the oddest symptoms. When I eat something cold, it is almost like my heart is freezing like a brain freeze. Sometimes I get lightheaded, sometimes I am gassy, sometimes I am just tired, but I always have a weird feeling in my chest area. Is this anxiety disorder? Or is there something more?
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replied May 30th, 2012
You don't give your age, sex, habits, family history, weight, etc.
The symptom "I always have a weird feeling in my chest" is emotional in origin.
But you also state that you are having "chest pain and pressure" but don't state where and when these symptoms occur. I don't know the origin of these symptoms. Also, when you eat something cold the esophagus is affected, not the heart.
Please be aware that I am unable to diagnose medical conditions online.



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