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  10. My Doctor Is An Idiot..

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    Not sure if these even were palpitations or what they were.. But around my late 20's...  maybe 26 or 28....   I started getting this weird spasm type sensation in my chest.. They felt like a very quick short "pumping" type sensation.. like something was constricting then releasing very quickly..  would last only a second or two then gone..   and would come randomly..  if I was just laying on ...
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