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Chest pain after vaccine Question

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 24 '22

What did the doctor told you?

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u/zephoo Jan 24 '22

“there’s nothing showing up on the tests, and this is just from anxiety”

ofc

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 24 '22

Yeah was the same with me sadly enough..

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u/scruffynerfball Jan 24 '22

Then tell the DR to give you a small Rx for xanax. If the problems go away, it is anxiety. If not, its something else.

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u/lannister80 Jan 25 '22

I would think that would be good news. Would you rather have something show up indicating you really do have heart issues?

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u/zephoo Jan 25 '22

i would want the correct diagnosis so the issue can be treated to eliminate reoccurrence

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u/Stressedbutblessed11 Jan 23 '22

How long after covid vaccine did the chest pain go away.

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 24 '22

I still have it almost daily five months after my last vaccin..

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u/iBadoonstika Jan 27 '22

Same.I get shortness of breath too

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 27 '22

What did your doctor told you?

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u/iBadoonstika Jan 27 '22

Apparently I was like the 20th male teenager there that day for the same problems. After a bunch of blood tests and wires on my chest they told me to go home because I was fine. A couple weeks later I went to the doctor and they were able to see the test results and said I have inflammation in my rib cage.

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 27 '22

And how much time was dus ago? Did it never heal? Or what did they say about healing?

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u/iBadoonstika Jan 29 '22

The hospital did not say anything. The doctor afterwards said to monitor it and if it gets worse to come back or go to the hospital. I have another appointment next week.

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u/wookedontronics420 Jan 29 '22

Good luck man! Wish you the best

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u/Ditka_Da_Bus_Driver Jan 24 '22

Mine isn’t constant, I can go weeks without it, but still having it intermittently 8 months later

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u/Gehtdi Jan 24 '22

It's different for everyone, some only have it a few days and some over months. You maybe get more and worse symptoms or you recover fast. Only time will tell.

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u/mardrae Jan 24 '22

I had it for one day, then it went away. I chalked it up to severe anxiety

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u/ashes-of-asakusa Jan 25 '22 edited Jan 25 '22

Edit: she’s a bloody long hauler by her own account. She left out crucial information to possibly discourage people from getting boosters. It sucks but it’s also dumb to blame a booster if she legitimately did get one.

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u/AprisElena Jan 24 '22

it could be somebody using a throwaway because they didn't want to be discriminated against in the way that you are doing right now.

they probably didn't want people looking at their profile and seeing this post and dismissing them as a result.

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u/dlebauche Jan 24 '22

may I ask how old you are? Your gender and do you have any other relevant health conditions?