I am just 18years old boy. I don't do drugs,alcohols,not a smoker,don't have weight problem and exercise regularly. But why i experienced this chest pain?
i m just 18y/o boy.i dont do drugs,alcohols,not a smoker,dont have weight problem and exercise regularly.but why i experienced this chest pain?i alreasy do the ECG twice.First one was normal but the second ECG,the doc told me that i slightly have the angina pectorist.How come?how can i distinguished between angina and heartburn?
i am 23 years old male. My weight is 68 kg. sometime i pained in the upper middle part of chest, thought it was a muscle pain as i used to do heavy exercise. I am a smoker, but not a regular one , but smoking from the age of 15 years. I don t have cough, vomiting etc. problem. Is it normal/serious? does it related to cancer? Please help me....thanks
Hi im a 36 year old male for the last year i have had chest pain all across my chest more like stabbing pains that radiate from one part of my chest to another part the pain comes and go`s of it own accord and is not affected by physical activites or breathing, i also suffer from regular palpitations,i have seen my doctor i did an ecg which came back as branch bundle block i was then refered to a cardiac specialist who said it was not a heart problem but decided to do an exercise stress test any way,towards the end of the test my heart started to beat very illregular and the test had to be stopped premature i was taken for an ultrasound a few hours later, nothing was found so i was given a 48 hour ecg the results from that indicated some kind of tachycardia,at my follow up app the consultant insisted my tests results are quite normal i have no heart problem and there is not enough evidence to continue to investigate, my bloods are fine my father has suffered 2 strokes and my mother has high bp both grandparents died of heart disease,should i accept this conclusion or should i ask for a second opinion ? or could my chest pain be caused by something else ? thanks
Hello, I m a 24 years old guy. Lately (last 5 days) I ve been experiencing some pain in the left side of my chest. This pain also extends to the left arm and to the left side of the neck. At the beginning it was like if I had some breathing problems and needed more air. Not that s over but the pain has appeared. The heart beat is about 60 per min. And it appears to be regular all the time. SYS at aroung 120-130 and DIA 60-70
I often have an irregular heartbeat during the course of the day (5 to 6 times). I can feel gas moving around in my system almost everytime this occurs. I often have rapid heartbeats which are relieved by passing . I was hospitalized before because I thought tI was having a heart attack but after thorough testing (ekg, ultrasound, stress test, wearing a heart monitor at home) they found nothing. What could be a possible avenue that I can pursue to finally get rid of this or at least be able to treat it.
I sometime feel like my heart skips a beat but I have had a ekg ,stress test with echogram, and chest xray and my cardiologist everything in normal . should I trust her on this that there is nothing serious wrong and she said it is just acid reflex just done all this the end of dec 2013
My 4 year old son tells me often that his heart is Beeping, (pounding) and i feel it and it seems faster at some times, could he have something wrong or is he just a child who notices his heart beating diffrent ways ? He had a EKG done and it was normal but i am still worryed, HELP
I am a man 40 years old. I walk 9.1 kms every week. Every time I go to the doctor he always tell me that my heart is smooth. When I tried ECG it was perfect. However after I masturbate I get chest pressures. After 24 hours everything becomes normal again and I become a healthy man.
Is there anything wrong that I get chest pressure after I masturbate?
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