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Precordial catch syndrome
If you read about precordial catch syndrome, you'll learn there is no way to (dis)prove its existence. Therefore I cannot judge what your chest pain is all about, since you haven't mentioned any symptoms, nor what tests have been done. Any physician involved would try to exclude a serious cause, such as your heart, lungs etc. Treatment depends on what is found. I assume you have had some if not all of these tests and have been told there is nothing seriously wrong with you.
Hope this helps,
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