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Does the pain worsen if you look up at the ceiling?
Does it get better if you lean your neck forward (looking at the ground)?
The issue here is that chest pain from heart related conditions is worrisome, but that was ruled out with the ECG.
The fact that it seems to be worse in certain positions makes me think that this could be related to a "pinched" nerve in your neck, especially now that you also have radiation to the right shoulder. This could be cervical radiculopathy -- irritated nerve in your neck.
If there was pain more in the abdomen going to the right shoulder area, a gallbladder issue could be the cause.
OK, that strongly points to a pinched nerve in the neck issue then.
GEtting MRI of the cervical spine could be helpful here.
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If they ruled out a heart issue here, then that was the possible emergency.
I would contact your doctor, but I don't feel that this is an emergency.
Sounds like the nerve issue here.
Hopefully it will get better with some time.
Hopefully only for a short time, but if there is something like a herniated disc, it can be longer.
That all points to the right sided neck issue -- hopefully it will calm down with some time.
They would be able to give you something stronger for pain.
However, you have to balance that with the potential risk of exposure to someone with the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Yes, it should.