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Having paleness, chestpains, lightheadedness when stressed. Suggestions?

Did some walking up hill that other day and stared with chest pain that went down left arm and got really lightheaded and pale. Well that lasted for about 30 mins and went away. Then Monday exerted myself and same thing happened again.. Pale lightheaded chest pains. But I still have chest pains that will not go away and get worse when I walk.
Asked On : Sun, 2 Dec 2012
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Hi Welcome to HCM ,
from your history it look like heart related problem pain,
pain aggravate on walking and decrease on rest should be evalute further ,
do not panic ,
stay relax ,
consult cardiologist and get evaluated for pain ,
avoid straneous physical activity ,
avoid smoking ,
do not walk atleast 2 hour after food ,
do basic test like EKG , and 2 D Echo and further plan decided as per report ,
take care
Answered: Sun, 9 Dec 2012
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