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my partner has been having chest pain over his heart

my partner has been getting bad chest pain over his heart for the last 6 months, he has been rushed to hospital a few times because his heart rate has increased so much he can hardly breathe. he is only 23 and not over weight, he doesn t smoke. the hospital have done a number of tests on him that have all come back ok but he gets pins and needles down his left arm and its really starting to get him down and worry him that no one knows what it is and have just left him! something is clearly wrong with him? please help
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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hi,thanks for query.He is having problem and still all the test are normal.First of all please make sure that all the cardiac work including 2 D echo is done.Then comes possibility of anxiety or gastric problem.Please look for any co relation between sequence of events means try to remember what was eaten last night etc.Discuss in detail with your physician and take help from other specialist like gastrologist and psychiatrist as per the need.
wishing him good health.
Answered: Tue, 23 Aug 2011
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Disclaimer: I am not a medical doctor. I have had symptoms like those you describe for over twenty years. Due to his age and the fact that he has been seen by doctors a "few times" you might consider this to be anxiety or stomach related. Either will give you symptoms of chest pain. For stomach problems you might try over the counter drugs like Prilosec O.T.C. or Pepsid. For anxiety try some relaxation, vacation, exercise, etc. Stay away from coffee, pizza, spaghetti, etc. Most important: see a doctor!
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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