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Prescribed beta blocker and anti-thyroid for Graves disease. Chest pain and hand tingling. Taken aspirin. Heart related?

Hi. I have been dx with Graves Disease in the past. Didn t have treatment for over 9 months, and just recently went to endo who prescribed a beta blocker and anti thyroid. I have been having chest pain for over 2 months, and now have intermittent tingling in left hand. Chest pain tends to be dull and achy usually with heightened sensation of pain every 3-4 hours. I take aspirin 500mg every 4 hours for chest pain and attempt to thin blood. Question is, is this graves related, or heart related?
Asked On : Sun, 11 Nov 2012
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Chest pain and tingling in hand could be due to heart conditions. Untreated hyperthyroidism ( Grave's disease) can cause palpitations and increase work load of heart. It can also cause irregular heart beats. Please see a doctor ASAP and get an ECG and blood works
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