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Polymyalgia (pain in many muscles) can be treated by Prednisone, Prednisolone (latest reports from 232 Polymyalgia patients)
Chest tightness has been reported by people with high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, rheumatoid arthritis, depression, generalized anxiety disorder (latest reports from 3,448 Chest tightness patients).
On Oct, 21, 2016
No report is found.
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Started Xanax in Feb 2015, only as needed for severe anxiety disorder. 1st time took it, for anxiety attack, chest felt so tight, like I was pinned being crushed between 2 concrete slabs, skin numbness, migraine followed. reaction lasted about 2 hrs. feared loosing consciousness considered calling 911. Since then take smaller doses cut pill into 1/3rds & 1/4ths. made it bearable for awhile. More recently, last 2 times, reaction has gotten more intense with adrenal/adrenaline spikes, an intense urge like I want to run right through walls. Numbness has gotten worse. Could easily take up body piercing & not feel a thing. I've finally decided to never take it again out of fear for my well being my families safety.
Started Xanax in Feb 2015, only as needed for severe anxiety disorder. 1st time took it, for anxiety attack, chest felt so tight, like I was pinned being crushed between 2 concrete slabs, skin numbness, migraine followed. reaction lasted about 2 hrs. feared loosing consciousness considered ...
I have chest tightness on my left side all the time, but most strongly when I fully inhale or exhale and when I stretch my arms behind my back. I have never had this feeling before taking Isotretinoin. The tightness sometimes feels like it goes up to my neck. Because Isotretinion causes high ...
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