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Sharp pain radiating from shoulder blades to armpit, high BP. Suggestions?

Having sharp pain radiatin from left shoulder blade to arm pit, never had this before, I ve been outside raking. Got very hot too quickly so decided to come in an rest, thats when pain started. I have high PB and take lisenapril for it. had it check at Dr. two days ago, it s was 150 over 91, it s usually in that area. pains gone now, just wondering.
Asked On : Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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Hi dear your hypertensive and having pain in shoulder left side armpit,don't take it lightly it could be angina ,which is due to decreased blood supply to heart tissue, due to spasms of the arteries supplying blood to heart tissue or it could be increased blood pressure which produced ischemia to the heart is alarming sign ,could cause mycardial infarction ,commonly called as heart get yourself investigated by cardiologist ,he may do your ECG, TMT ,ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY,OR even cornary angiography to loook for narrowing and blocked of your coronary arteries( heart vessel)
Answered: Wed, 29 Aug 2012
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