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Do palpitation and sweating of hands lead to heart diseases ?

i am 30 yr male i have chest pain with palpitation and sweating on my hand palm for few seconds and go away i have eco-doppler five months back which in normal i have no family history of heart diseases this same problem is repeated for many time in last months i have visited cardiologist four times in various hospitals but they said my heart is ok pl advise me my bp is 140/90
Asked On : Thu, 3 Mar 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
You are suffering from 'pittaj pandu'.Tappydi loha 3 tbs+milk will help you. Write about your habitate also.
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Homeopath Dr. Arif. K. Kaware's  Response
The type of pain you describe is more like a pain of anxiety & does not look like a cardiac pain.So the echo reports will be normal.Please try to find what is disturbing you ;if it is not clear please consult a psychologist he will help you .Even the BP you have is not a trouble it will settle down.
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