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Stent placed in hear and having pain in chest. Taking insulin and BP medication. Should I be concerned?

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Posted on Wed, 11 Dec 2013 in Hypertension and Heart Disease
Question: hi my mother is 86 years old. she is in delhi i am in mumbai hnce need your guidance to decide if i need to rush. she has a stent in heart put 10 years back. angiography done 2 years back showed 40% clogging. she is on medication for BP , sugar takes insulin. last week was admitted due to gasteritis. she is nwo complaining of pain in chest in while swallowing anything inclduing water. and uneasiness in head. is it soemthing significant?
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Brief Answer: these symptoms alone are not significant Detailed Answer: Hello XXXXXXX I have read your query and understand your concern for your mother. Going by just the symptoms that she is currently experiencing, i.e. pain in chest while swallowing and uneasiness in head, it does not seem like something significant. Please look for other associated symptoms like shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing, excruciating and unbearable chest pain, drowsiness and loss of orientation to space, time. These are tell-tale danger signs. If these are present in your mother, then it is significant. The symptoms your mother is currently experiencing is most likely due to recurring gastritis problem, and probable electrolyte disturbance. Hope this helps you understand the situation better. Regards,
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