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Chronic Chest Discomfort

Hi there,
so I am finally scheduling an appointment for an MRI but I just wanted to know if anyone else had a similar experience. In Jan 2016, I had a pinched nerve in my neck and severe pain following for months. As most of my problems resolved, I still continue to have chest discomfort on my left side (I feel as if pain is too strong of a word) daily, multiple times a day. It's a pulsating sensation that tingles. I just noticed that it's more common when I'm stressed or nervous. I also still have random aches in my ribs or body. They ache for a minute or two and they dissipate. I can't find any relevant information online to my problems (everything seems to do with chest pain). This has been going on for a few months consistently (beforehand it only happened after running/working out). I recently received a massage and the therapist told me that my left side is extremely tight and that my scalenes are really tight. So I'm also wondering if that has anything to do with the chest discomfort I've been experiencing.
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