If it is just a general pressure, I get that all the time with my fibro. Most of my fibro pain is centralized in my torso area anyway. But I call it my "really bad days" when I feel like an elephant is sitting on my chest after hitting me with a baseball bat in my ribs a few hundred times. So if it is "just" that kind of pressure, it is totally normal for me and my fibro.
However, just this past Christmas, I was having severe chest pains every time I took a breath. My doctor sent me to the emergency room, where they ran the same battery of tests as you. They just shrugged and said "I don't know; you don't have a clot". Then I went to a family friend who was the head of the Radiology Dept for Univ. of MD, whose specialty was chest. He looked at all of my tests for me, didn't find the inflammation or anything out of the ordinary either. However, he did ask if I had had the cyst checked out. Turns out I had a tumor in my breast, benign luckily. This wasn't necessarily related to the pains, but I believe that those chest pains are the only reason I found out about that tumor and can now get quarterly mammos/ultrasounds to keep an eye on it. You NEVER know what the reason for things are, and as I am learning all the time with this fibro is you never know what is connected in your body. I would request copies of all of those tests from the hospital and keep seeing specialists (hopefully you have a good open access health plan).
Good luck and your in my prayers!
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