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Recovering from heart attack. Sufering from anxiety. Sudden sharp pain the left elbow, chest, jaw. What could it be?

Had a heart attack in June recovering well. Am going to a gym and getting better all the time . Also suffer from terrible angziety . While at rest this evening I got a sharp pain in the back of my left elbow have had it before. It seemed to give me pain in my chest and jaw . Not unbearable . Not sure what is happening but it sure is scary. Took some nitro and aspirin and angziety pill and walked around for a while now pain is just about gone . Scared. Shitles YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 28 Nov 2012
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Hi ,
Welcome to HCM ,
from your history its look like non cardiac pain , if stenting is done with good result usually heart pain will subside but many patient may fell some pain, prick sensation at chest ,
do not panic ,
take your medicine regularly ,
adopt healthy life style ,
eat good healthy food ,
avoid smoking , limit alcohol intake ,
stay calm and stress free ,
if pain still persist then consult your cardiologist and follow his advice ,
take care
Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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