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Burning chest pain, syncope, no fever, no energy, cold fingers. Ranitidin?

Hi! I m currently experiencing burning pain around my chest , heart and solar plexus. I fainted last wednesday after a workout at the gym , i m pretty healthy overall and workout regularly. I had just been sick and gone from training for 2 weeks, so it might have been a hard start. I spent the night over at the hospital where they did blood tests, EKG , AKG (bycycle test), and everything seems to be good with my heart. I got the diagnosis Syncope . Few days later i did the same program and almost fainted again after the workout, but i layed down for a while (45ish mins) and got a little better after i drank som saltwater. Now i still have this burning feeling around my chest. I have to add that i have had gastritis last year, and it has come and go. Might this cause the pain? Should I take ranitidin tablets or should i be more concerned? Because my fingers are cold, but I have no fever, and my body feels slow and dull, tapped for energy. Need help ASAP please! Regards,
Asked On : Sat, 12 May 2012
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Syncope & coldness of fingers may be due to pressure on your cervical nerve-roots.It may be just postural pain or a pathology of cervical vertebrae.You should go for an M.R.I. of cervical vertebrae.If it does not show any abnormality ,then you should take measures like avoiding pillow etc.You may also need exercises of neck.
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