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Rapid heart beat, obligie done, pain in chest, head dizzy, face, ears on fire. Cause by BP?

I had an obligin done yesterday for rapid heart beat I am 25 years old female we'll I just experienced pain in my chest almost like a suction and then at the same time I felt a heated rush to the back of my neck to my head made me dizzy and I felt like my blood pressure was maybe the cause because right before I felt like my face totally was in fire and my ears! Any suggestions? And I'm on my period
Asked On : Mon, 14 Oct 2013
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welcome to Healthcare Magic.

Although cardiac illness is uncommon in your age group but it is better to get examined for it and get your BP recorded to rule out high BP.

As you are already having period and if you are having abdominal then these symptoms more likely due to Dysmenorrhoea or Hormonal imbalance. For that you can visit nearby gyenecologist.

For symptomatic relief in presence of abdominal pain, you can take analgesic like paracetamol.

Wish you good health and all the best.

Dr Ashish Kumar Mittal
Answered: Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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