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Teen, episode of heart pain followed by numbness in arm, dizziness, stomach pain, red spots on chest after the spell. Heart attack?

I m 16. I ve never really had any problems. Except my meniscus tearing twice. A couple weeks ago. I was in science class and I couldn t really concentrate, then my heart started to hurt. First a little, then a lot! It was so bad I wanted to leave class but couldn t talk. It lasted about 5 minutes. THen came back 2 in my next class, for shorter times. Two weeks before this I wasn t sleeping and was really stressed and frequently got extremely dizzy. Also part of my left upper arm was completely numb. I could stab it and make it bleed and I wouldn t feel it. After the heart pain I was dizzy and my stomach hurt. Now a couple weeks later I have red spots on my chest. They aren t bumbs and don t itch . Could this be a heart attack .
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Hello dear...
Thanks for writing us..

Symptoms which you are telling are more related to arrhythmias( irregularity of heart beat)

Usually in your age heart attacks are not seen and your red spots over chest are not related to your heart condition..

You get a ECG, ECHO, HOLTER MONITORING to diagnose exact condition and get THYROID profile also..
Try to get ECG done at the time of symptomms.

These are treatable conditions, Dont worry

Get back to me after investigation I would be happy to help you

Best wishes
Answered: Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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