I am a 23 year old male and I am generally in good health. Over the past 6 days, I have had recurring chest pain mostly under my sternum, but sometimes to the left or right as much as 4 inches. When I have the pains, they vary in pain by how deeply i breath. I went to the ER the other night because the chest pain was very bad and lasted for 30-35 minutes. It felt like I was going to have a heart attack. My EKG and blood work at the hospital were all normal. In the past 4 weeks, I have also had a CBC, blood chemistry, mono test (Epstein-barr) -- 2 times, strep, HIV, chlamydia and gonorrhea. All came back negative.
In addition to the chest pain, I have also had pains in random areas of my body that last for 1-2 minutes and then go away. Particularly, I will get pain in my right elbow, both armpits, in front and in behind my ears, minor earaches and minor pain in my abdomen. I had, and recovered form, bronchitis over Thanksgiving (z-pack antibiotics). From Dec 10-13 I had stiffness in my neck, swollen lymph nodes and when swallowing, a feeling that something was stuck in my throat. This resolved by itself, but the feeling in my throat has now come back
Does anyone have an suggestions of what this could be? Lyme Disease? A yeast infection in my throat? Fungal infection? Esophageal spasm? Costochondritis? Pericarditis?
The only other thing I can think of that could be a factor was performing oral sex on a girl about 6 weeks ago, after which a lot of these symptoms began (besides the chest pain).
Any help would be great. Thanks.