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Pain in the arm , stabbing pain in the chest, blurry vision and dizziness upon exercising. Family history of heart problems and have asthma

hi i am 20 years ok. i have asthma . which i have the preventer inhaler and the blue inhaler.i recently had a chest infection and had steroid tablets and antibiotics. everyone in my family has heart problems.angina,heart attacks, heart bypasses etc. i recently had a tight constant pain in my left arm and tight pressure and stabbing pains in my chest. everytime i walk or do exercise i go red hot sweating chest pains tightness in my cheat on the left hand side blurry vision dizzy and like i am going to blackout and degraded.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hello there ~

I understand your concerns. It can be hard to live with asthma, especially after recently having lowering of your lung functions due to having an infection and successfully recovered from it. However that would still make your lung function go down further and make you feel different when you are trying to do the same exercises as before. I think that the visit with a pulmonologist would be good so that your medications can be adjusted.

I hope this helps. Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Wed, 29 May 2013
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