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PE, Chest Pain and Lightheadedness
All your tests have returned normal, and nothing in your history suggests a PE. PEs come from clots made elsewhere and need to be big enough to cause local symptoms, such as swollen legs. There is no way for a clot to to travel from your legs to your arm.
Also if these symptoms started s months ago, with all these tests something would have shown up. There are many forms of chest pain, some serious, some not at all:
Your tale reminds me of another blog I wrote a while ago, chest pains associated with stress:
Light headedness is difficult assess from here. You should have it checked with your blood pressure taken upright and laying down with some time in between. If there is a big difference it is sometimes is associated with a excessively fast heart rate:
Hope this helps,
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