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What is the cause of chest pressure which I get under exertion ?

33 years old female 5 10, 285. work full time as a nurse, married with three young sons. history of preeclampsia, diabetes , htn and psorasis. iron deficient anemia . was having off and on chest pressure for 2-3 days that became constant. went to hospital, had persantine stress test, ct scan of lungs, 2 d echo and bilateral ultrasound of lower extremities all negative. BP 130/70. pulse ox 98. afebrile. my only abnormal finds were respirations low 10-14, hgb 8.5 and d dimmer 5500. Yes, over 5000. it was checked like five times. i was discharged from hospital because all the life threatening tests came back negative. Still have chest pressure that gets significantly worse with exertion now, had actual chest pains today with exertion that went away with rest. please help. what do i do?
Asked On : Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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Pediatrician 's  Response
Welcome to HCM
Read your prob, do not worry, your resp rate is normal ,pulse rate is high due to low Hb. heaviness of chest n chest pain may be due to low Hb, or gastritis which is common on diabetic patients. in both condition patient feels heaviness n pain in chest ,n breathlessness. so discuss it with your doc n start proper treatment.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Mohammed Tauseef's  Response
Hi, Welcome to HaelthcareMagic Forum.

You should be getting yourself examined by a Cardiologist and get a second opinion from him/her.

You will require a ECG and Tread Mill Test to rule out if you have angina as your History suggests you have stable angina.

You will require anti platelet drugs.

Take all your medications, eat healthy nutritious balanced diet which should include fresh fruits and green leafy vegetables. Avoid stress, anxiety, smoking and alcoholism.

Maintain a Healthy Weight.

Wish you Good Health.

Take Care.
Answered: Sat, 23 Jul 2011
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