Really strong pulse?

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(Original post by obrown714)
I’m not necessarily worried about that it is life threatening, it’s more a concern that it will not resolve. It isn’t comfortable after all and the constant pulsations in my neck are making it hard to relax. Had headaches since it started too which seems coincidental!
I haven't had any headaches whatsoever with my issue. Its just the neck and my left side of the chest pulsing which is annoying and make my stomach move when I'm laying down in my bed. I do not have any pain or nausea.

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