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Had terrible pains in chest and back. Have atre defiulation. Taking warfarin tablets. Had nervous breakdown. Suggest?

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I had terrible pains in my chest and back earlier and it frighted me and left me panicked, I already have atre defiulation, whichn I am taking warfarin tablets for. I also had a Nervous breakdown last year and still having treatmennt

I am frightened I might get pains again

Posted Sun, 3 Nov 2013 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Answered by Dr. Sukhvinder Singh 24 minutes later
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Respected Ma'm
1. For preventing any pain to recur we must understand its cause and origin. A terrible pain is usually not a characteristic pain of heart or angina. The sharp sudden shooting pain lasting for less than a minute or lasting for hours together, which increase on touch, pressure or particular movement are less likely to be anginal or heart related.
2. Pain of angina is more like a heaviness on central chest which increases on exercise/ running or exertion. It is behind breastbone but can go to jaw, hands or umbilicus.
3. There can be other causes of terrible pains like stomach related pain, nerves related pain or bone related pain.
I would recommend you to see your physician and get evaluated.
Feel free to discuss further.
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