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My mother has a chest pain and her face is sort of reddish.

she has really bad chest pain . about 2 or 3 weeks ago she had a really bad back injury. she is too stubborn to see a doctor even though she is one. my grandpa almost died of a heart attack (but was later killed in a car accident). she recently started crying. she said her face feels flushed. it is sort of redish. HELP PLEASE! she wont let me call anybody and i dont know how to do CPR! hey guys! she s fine! she had some asprin. she still is having chest pain but i m watching her like a hawk. her arm is still numb also but she says it is feeling better. she s going to see a doctor on monday.
Sat, 10 Sep 2011
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Hi well come to HCM.
Any chest pain does not mean it is always related to heart. usually in coronary pain
pts face usually becomes pale not flushing, second she had back injury to three weeks
ago, So chaces of injuring chest with back to be ruled out, but if at all you are sure
of heart problem along with aspirin, you can give higher dose of clopidogril 75mg 6 tablets along with ranitidine can be given, you can continue sorbitrate 5mg tablets subligually every 5 minuites till pain sub sides provided BP is good. thanks
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call a relative or family, her parents, or the ambulance if you think she is very sick. Call quickly, don´t worry about her resistance, she has a very good daugter who wories about her. Dr. Ungar.
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