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I have chest pain, frequent headaches, shortness of breath and dizziness. My BP is normal

symptoms: -some chest pain , especially under breastbone (heart) -pulsing in neck (where you take your pulse in neck) -frequent headaches, concentrated in temples -occasional shortness of breath and dizziness i can t figure out what these symptoms could be... i will be seeing a doctor as soon as i can. 16 years old female, not on medications, average weight. probably going through stressful time, but these symptoms suddenly appeared yesterday. as of nov. i have normal blood pressure .
Asked On : Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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That's alittle list you have going on there. Doctor will want to know when you experience these problems individually or are they all together. Chest pains - short and often nothing that lingers very long - I would say stress. Pulse in the neck - at least you have one - again stress or possible blood pressure issues. Shortness of breath - stress anxiety My guess is a good does of Xanax (now in generic form) to ease a few of the other pressures you are feeling with a possible Antidepressant - again not sure what else is going on in your life to make you have these feelings. Good luck -
Answered: Fri, 11 Dec 2009
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