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Rapid heart rate, sweating, nausea. Heart attack?

I m a pre-k teacher and came to work on yeaterday morning. I was feeling find then about 30 mins into my morning i began to feel bad. I went and took my blood pressure and it was 127 over 67 bu my heart rate was high and ceating 130. Later had some sweating and became nausea . I was told I was having minney heart attacks. Not sure whats going on.
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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hi.good morning.

i have gone through your problems.your blood pressure was quite normal,but heart rate was high,with sweating,nausea.

but you must inform me about your age,addiction habit,blood sugar,lipid pfofile level.

have you suffered this condition earlier?

but you must consult a cardiologist.

your condion may happen from sudden nervousness.but it can happen from heart disease.

you do ecg,echocardiography.monitor blood sugar level,lipid profile.routine blood test.

monitor your blood pressure reglarly.

do meditation to remove stress.

but,first do above mentioned tests and consult cardiologist.

bye.take care.
Answered: Tue, 13 Nov 2012
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