or make the symptoms worsen. In 2001 I had a breast reduction, 3 months later had a stent placed in my heart because of blockage, 2 months later had gall bladder removed because of pain on upper right side of chest and in through back and shoulders, 1 month later has kidney stone attack, 3 months later had open heart surgery due to scarring from stent. I have continued to have chest pain. Have had tingling and numbness in left leg(improved), have pain in both arms down to the wrist and sometimes into my thumb. Had pain in the whole right side of my body last week. So painful I could hardly walk. So much pain in upper body it hurt to roll from side to side while sleeping. Today have had pain across shoulders and neck. Hurts to look down. Feels like its pulling. Seems to be worse in the morning. Sometimes the pain will go down the back of my left leg and left arm. It feels like throbbing pain. Have been checked for blood clot in leg and have found nothing. Have been repeatedly hospitalized for chest pain and doctors can find nothing. I had been pretty healthy before all of this began. It started at the age of 41. I have had muscle pain before all the surgeries. Mostly upper body, but occasionally it would affect one entire side of my body and makes by body feel like it is totally out of alignment. Like one shoulder sits higher. When the whole half of my body is involved the pain almost makes me sick. Ibuprofen helps, but it does not make it go away completely. Help! I'm beginning to think I'm a hypochondriac.