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Periodic chest pain, mild palpitations, advised to have cardiologist's opinion. Can I take roller-coaster ride?

HI im 17, i recently wen tto the doctor and he aid i had heat palpitations. i specificcally asked him to check that because i had chest pain from time to time. He said he wants me to see a cardiologist that i have a mild palpitation but it is nothing to worry about and i should not be concerned. I have gradbash today at Islands of adventure.. so rollercoasters.. can i go on them? i have not had chest pain in a while
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
It is very common to have palpitations due to heat. When we are exposed to heat, the blood pressure drops and the heart needs to pump faster and harder so that all our organs get enough blood supply. At this age, I seriously doubt something is wrong with your heart. You can go ahead with the roller coasters. Just remember to have plenty of fluids and use adequate sun protection.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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