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Why there is on and off pain and movement in heart region even after having medications ?

I have had Bp for more than 7 years now and had some pain in my heart region once in a while. but i took my medication of amlodipine and antonolol with aspirin few days ago and sudenly find my chest (ipping) like fear in the heart and feel movement in my heart region and some pains on and off. Also feel as if there is movement all over my body. I have not been sleeping without drug for some time. I am worried please help me
Asked On : Mon, 20 Feb 2012
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Hi welcome to HCM. You say you have high blood pressure since 7 years with occasional pain in your region. You say you took amlodipine, atenolol and aspirin a few days ago and after that feel a 'gripping'? fear and 'movement' in your heart region and also all over your body. And you say you need a sedative at night to fall asleep and are worried.
Well from your description it seems you have been irregular with your BP medication and have restarted only a few days back. If that is so, please check your blood pressure to see whether it has come to normal. If it is normal, then your symptoms may be due to anxiety. So do the following--
Check blood pressure--if normal--take an anxiety and anti acidity pill once a day for a week.
If blood pressure is still high--please consult your doctor for a hands-on examination and management. Also if you have been regular with your medication and have the symptoms, then also check your BP and if high--see your doctor.Hope I have answered your query to the full. Regards
Answered: Mon, 20 Feb 2012
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OBGYN Dr. Minoo Bhagia's  Response
Get it properly investigated like ECG , Echo , TMT tests etc with lipid profile under physician's guidance
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