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Sharp pain in heart, itchy. What could be the reason? Cure?

I sometimes feel a sharp pain in my heart and the other day i felt it twice and then few minutes after my started to beat very fast and i couldn't breath , i couldn't talk i started sweating few days after i went for a check up and the result said i'm 100 fine no heat problem.

And i am still feeling somthing in my heart even though its not a sharp pain anymore but i am feeling somthing in my heart sometimes it feels like its a bit eachy in the heart i dont know how to explain it but, i am feeling uncomfortable and i am woried now coz ifeel like this every day.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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In terms of chest discomfort or pain, the more cardiovascular risk factors you have: advanced age, first degree family members with early heart attacks or stroke, hypertension, diabetes, smoking, high cholesterol, obesity, sedentarism, stress, etc, the more concerned we are as physicians. Chest pain arising from the heart could happen both with exertion or at rest. Itching would be a highly unusual manifestation of heart disease. Nevertheless, if you have any of these risk factors, then it might be reasonable to obtain a stress test to clarify. It would also montitor the electrical activity of your heart to look for abnormal fast rhythms. Hope this helps.

Dr Brenes-Salazar

Answered: Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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