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I am having heart problems and i am only 14

i was on the computer and all the sudden my heart hurt, not killer pain but has been hurting for almost 24 hrs, i dont know if it stopped and it just hurts from me punching it so much, or if its a spider bite or sumthing... i dont have any health conditions, im about 30lbs over weight but i not in bad shape, i got a damn award for being in shape, so what the hell is wrong with me? stop telling me i need to see a doc, more for my mom to deal with, we dont have health insurance. just tell me what it might be or dont post
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Your description does no really bring and specific medical condition to mind, notably not 'spider bite' lol. If you have concerns see your GP. I would be delighted to see the details of the award that was given to you for being in shape,whilst at the same time being 30lbs overweight. Though I accept there is much debate as to whether obesity is an isolated risk factor or not, it still seems unusual and perhaps falsely reassuring to you.
Answered: Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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