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Had mini heart attack with chest pain, cold sweats, numbness in left arm. Having stomach pain. What could be wrong?

I measured my heart rate by checking my pulse on my neck. I came to 23 beats in 15 seconds, then I multiplied that by four and which came out to 92 bpm. That s high, because I know a good rate is 60 over 100. Five days ago, I think I had a panic or a mini heart attack. Chest pain , cold sweats, my left arm went numb and finally, a tiny bit of jaw tension and then a day later, stomach pain. Which I assume are ulcers but you re the doctor . I am a 25 year male and my mother just died of a heart attack, so there has been a lot of stress, and I m a smoker so it s out of the realm of possibility. I don t know if I m just acting like a hypochondriac but the chest and stomach pain is still there. I don t have any money to go to the hospital, so what happened to me?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Thanx for your query
I can feel your concerns
I advise you to check your blood pressure
Avoid spicy and oily things
Take simple diet
Add vegetables and fruits to your diet
Have healthy physical activity
Avoid smoking
Take some antacid for stomach problem
Have a physical examination
You may require few investigatings like ECG After consulting your doctor
Wishing you good health
Dr imran
Answered: Mon, 22 Jul 2013
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