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Heart rate slow, breathing weird, chest pain, dry cough, anxiety. Reason for above symptoms?

So my heart rate is slow and my breathing alittle weird and Iv had a dry cough for a few weeks and its starting to hurt .. And on my upper right hand side of my chest just above my boob has a pain sometimes .m and on the same side but lower it feels like something it presing agains my ribs .. You should know I also have angziety so the breathing and heart beeting slow could be in my bead
Asked On : Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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Welcome to HCM,
You have chest pain(Right) dry cough and slow heart rate, any cough of long duration > 2 week and chest pain should not be ignored as there may be some abnormality may be there.
Cough and pain could be due to chest infection and membrane around lungs may cause pain also if etiology is viral may affect heart also as exact heart rate may be known.
You should visit a Physician and after physical examination a ECG, X Ray chest to see any abnormality if required some blood test may also carried and depending on cause treatment can be planned and you will improve soon.
Anxiety usually causes fast heart rate if it is slow may be you are taking drug for anxiety?
Take care
Good Luck
Answered: Tue, 27 Nov 2012
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