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Sharp pain in chest, short episode, dizziness, light headed, not eaten food. Doing minor activities, bending, lifting. Causes for pain?

I was at work today, doing minor activities, bending, lifting normal stuff. I began getting a little light headed and dizzy, I figured it was because I havent ate today. Well I git up and walked to my office about 30 feet ,away and,all of a sudden I got a sharp pain in the center bottom of my chest . It lasted for just a srcond. Then it happened again. The second time it felt like I was light headed again. then it went away.
Asked On : Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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Hello Mr Frei

Sharp pain in the center bottom of the chest in a gentleman, is to be regarded as a result of reduced blood supply to the heart, until proved otherwise. Did it ever occur after you had eaten something?

Recurrence of sharp central chest pain with light-headedness, suggests that blood supply to the brain is inadequate during the period of sharp pain.

Let me assume you are a male, not obese, in your 30s (age) and a non-smoker. You need to be tested from the point of view of diabetes as well as reduced blood supply to heart. Please get in touch with your physician.

Hope you get over the problem of pain as well as light-headedness at the earliest,

With warm regards
Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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