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Suffering on and off chest pains. History of heart disease. What could be the reason?

i have been suffering chest pains on and off when at rest and when active and iam very worried i could also feel a dip in my heart beat ,i have an appointment to see my gp, my father died from heart disease when he was 40 iam now worried that i could be going the same way! iam a 30 year old female! could there be any other reason for these pains ? iam not over weight iam small built i look after myself eat very healthy and i exercise everyday and i dont smoke
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jun 2012
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Dear Ma'm
Thanks for your query to us.
A pain which comes on exertion, is behind the breastbone and relives by rest is likely to be anginal or heart related. A pain which is not increasing or provoked by exercise, increases by certain posture, touch or pressing, can be localized to a finger tip, increases by deep breathing is not likely to be anginal.
There are many reasons for chest pain and with your profile the likelihood of having heart disease is low. Relax and talk to your doctor.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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