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Sweating, nervousness, trembling. Have a-fib. Pain near heart

My son has not been feeling well lately, he feels he is having a heart attact. Sweating, nervousness , trembling, and scared. they have told him it is not his heart. He was diagnosed with a-fib 3.5 years ago but that seems to be better until this past weekend... he is checking his heart pressure all the time and it is scaring him and the family; though he has mentioned it in the past months of this sharp pains, now has been more freguent.. thank you
Asked On : Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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Hi ,
Welcome to health care magic
if your son getting episodes of A-Fib with fast heart beat , he may feel above symptoms ,
pain is less likely of heart attack as heart attack pain is more of heaviness /constricting type and aggravate on exertion and decrease in intensity on rest ,
please consult your cardiologist and get evaluated as he may required adjustment of his medicine for his A - fib problem .
take care
Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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