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Chest pains with breathlessness in children - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   HI I am 12 years old and I have been sick for a month here isEverything thats going on: 1. The endless headaches they never go away(they have gotten worse)
2. The sevre chest pains(they keep getting worse)
3. My legs go numb, in pain, and I cant walk anywhere without them hurting.(getting worse)
4. I feel like I am going to puke and then it turns into sevre pain.
5. My heart speeds up and I cant breathe properly, and it hurts to talk.
6. I get the Dizzi spells uncontrolabley.
7. My feet go cold from the ankle down, and they swell.
I have had this pain for a month and it keeps getting worse. I can't walk up or down the stairs without having to stop and getting some one to help me the rest of the way.I get my pains either in the afternoon or in the night, my chest pains come at exactly 3am every night or they come after I wake up 7:00 or earlier. I got my period two times in feburary light blood and lasted 7 days 2 days heavy. Then again for eight days and it was heavy.CT scan showed nothing that could be causing my pains and it was normal. Should I get an MRI or should I come to sick kids.
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :  
Let me read that you have typed.
Doctor :  
Since when are you having all these symptoms?
User :   what do you mean?
Doctor :   May I know since when you been having the leg pains?
User :   they started about 4 weeks ago with all the other symptoms
Doctor :  
Can you describe the nature of the pain?
Doctor :  
Is the pain a crampy pain or
Doctor :  
Is it radiating one?
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