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Pain when I am Running, please suggest me

I'm 15 year old female, and quite fit. Lately when I go for a run, within around 3minutes of running, I lose my breathe quite quickly, and begin to get a burning felling in my throat and lungs. I soon struggle to breathe, and alot of pain in my chest. From there I can't push myself to continue the run for on some accounts I have collapsed. So after i stop my run, i start to get a sharp pain around my heart and under my ribs on my left side, aswell as in my lungs. I get dizzy and still struggle to breathe. I would much like to know what is causing all this, so I can fix it, and get back to being fit and healthy soon!
Asked On : Sun, 18 Jul 2010
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  Anonymous's Response
well, the way you describe the symtoms may suggest a serious issue. till the time evaluation is made towards diagnosis, donot exert yourselves. you may need to get a xray chest and a Cardiac ECHO done to rule out any serious element. get checked by a specialist. join for a consultation at
Answered: Sun, 18 Jul 2010
Cardiac Surgeon Dr. Chander Mohan Mittal's  Response
hello, your symptoms suggest you may be having pulmonary hypertension and need to undergo cardiac checkup comprising of ECG, Chest X-ray and cardiac echocardiography to rule out congenital heart disease.
Answered: Wed, 12 Oct 2011
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