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History of lung PE. Chest pain, lightheadedness, breathlessness, fatigue, night sweats

29 year old female - previously had PE in lungs (2010- gone early 2011) no cause found. not on warfarin for 1.5 years now.

for last couple months every so often dull-heavy chest pain periodically for 2 mins ish on left side.

randomly feel lightheadeded or like can't breath (more anxiety of it than physical symptom) for a few seconds up to a minute and then fine.

small lump in throat on right side. every once and a while it aches - feels more like an inside ache than outer if that makes sense.

generally fatigued, night sweats

probably not related but ....
Asked On : Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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You should have an EKG done as well as an echocardiogram to evaluate your pulmonary pressures. Sometimes after blood clots in the lungs people develop pulmonary hypertension as a result. You need to have this checked out to make sure you don't have this.
Answered: Thu, 20 Jun 2013
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