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PLEASE HELP Do I have any heart problem?

Since past few weeks I've been having this sharp pain in my chest. It comes differently sometimes it's there when I breath in, sometimes when I move my shoulder and sometimes it's just there. Another thing is that my left arm and hand hurts and my middle finger also twitches and same thing with my left leg. I got my ECG and cholesterol checked they both came back fine. Sometimes whenever I take a deep breath there's like this click sound that comes. My parents think it's due to pinched nerves as my posture is very bad or because of vitamin D as I have vitamin D deficiency but I stopped taking my medications.
Plus i had anxiety few weeks back but it's almost gone now. I am scared.
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The heart has 4 types of valve mitral valve and pulmonary valve. Mitral flow between atria & ventricle i.e. upper & lower chamber of heart while pulmonary valve controls flow of blood from the heart to lungs & aortic valve control blood flow between heart & aorta.

The damage or defect in any valve leads to disease commonly known a valve heart disease.

Valves prevents back flow of blood from one chamber to other it also responsible for the proper flow of blood in the proper direction with the proper force.
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