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Chest pain, strain, unable to breath, feel like slab in middle of chest. Anxiety?

I am not sure if I am having anxiety as I didnt sleep well last night but I had a busy day which included walking dogs and mowing a vary large lawn. When I came in I felt it a bit of a strain to catch my breath. I did do it and sat quietly most of the evening but am sort of uneasy. I feel a slight chest pain also.. and just now it felt like a stab in the middle of the chest. thanks
Asked On : Fri, 18 Oct 2013
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- chest pain associated with blood pressure,diebetese,history of heart problem carry a risk of heart involvement.
- Still if the pain is with sweating or palpitation must not be neglected.
- If the pain does not subside after rest OR you any of above alarming symptoms it's better to consult a heart specialist & get the thing excluded/diagnosed.It's always better to sort the things out & prevent ill health rather than to have tension which is hazardous for health.
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