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Chest pain on climbing stairs, gas formation, sweating, loss of energy, high BP. Cure?

Dear Doctor, Am not diabetes but had BP , my age is XXXX. I have some time soar chest while I use steps to climb?; and if I take rest it goes down. When it appear, there is gasses formation in intestine and had frequent bad air leaks. Also, when hungry sudden lost energy then needs food to make, during this time got too much sweeten I mean water .............Please advice Sir, eMail: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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You describe 'sore' chest, brought on by effort and relieved by rest. This must be viewed and investigated as heart pain, unless proved otherwise.
Is your BP controlled?
Have you tested you cholesterol?
You must SEE A CARDIOLOGIST AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. You need ECG and blood tests. If they are normal, you must do TMT (exercise ECG), ECHOcardiogram and so on - until the diagnosis is ruled in or ruled out.
Farting, flatulence and others are not related to this and need a separate approach - Possibly Irritable Bowel syndrome? But that is not urgent

Take care
Good luck
Answered: Sun, 21 Oct 2012
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From your history, it looks like you need an emergency cardiology check up.
Your symptoms of chest pain while climbing stairs , sweating, and improving with rest are highly suggestive of decreased blood flow to heart. You need to get a full cardiology evaluation at once. Please take the BP medicines correctly and have a low salt diet.
Answered: Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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