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Recurring episode of stabbing chest pain, deep breathing leading to a fall, grey face, numb and frozen hands and feet. Cause?

I had a painful stabbing pain in my left chest ,the more breath i took the worse it got,2 mins later i collapsed,my girlfriend said my eyes were open i was slumped over,grey in the face,2-3 mins later i came round,my hands feet legs and arms were blue, cold and numb with an intense pins and needles feeling?last night i got the same stabbing feeling in my left chest then shortness of breath and went white in the face i opened the window for air then i ate chocolate and fizzy drinks and came around a little bit,but my breathing was still very abnormal?
Asked On : Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Dear friend, thanks for asking an important question.
your description is pointing to a heart problem.
but details would help.
but I would advise urgent medical checkup with your physician to look into the problem.
since online info is limited.
take care and keep me posted on what happens.

Answered: Tue, 17 Jul 2012
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