My father had attach 7 months and 2 stent were placed in LAD and LCX. from then he is having some pain and when we met the cadiologist he said its muscle pain and asked him go to regular work. From past 20 days he is getting burning sensation in the heart and after he compeltes his morning walk and rests down for few mins and it goes off. Today when we met his doctor he told that angiogram should be done since there might be new blocks formed in the stent or other areas. Does heart burn relate to block in heart valves and should angiogram be performed. Is it a gastric problem.
I am a 30-year-old male, 73 Kgs, 173 cm, smoker.
I have been checking my heart rate over the past few weeks and it is constantly between 95 to 105. I have checked with 3-4 devices at different intervals during different days and my heart rate just would not go below 95.
I had a blood test recently and my HSCRP, Cholesterol and all cardiac tests are within the normal range.
I have started working out recently and am trying to cut down on cigarettes. Currently I smoke on an average of 8 cigs a day.
Seeing the heart rate constantly on the rise is making me nervous, and I would like someone to help me reverse this condition.
I have been experiencing alot of pain in chest in the left side close to heart, i checked my bp twice and it was close to 160 and cholesterol was 233. i started taking medicine for cholesterol but then i visited another doctor and he stopped my cholesterol medication and started bp medication but still the pain is there and i have started losing my concentration in almost all the daily activities because of the pain.
Breathing is normal but pain is consistent, it gets worse when i go to movie theaters or any kind of loud party . Please advise. (Ecg came normal too)
Hi, I think I'm suffering from Precordial catch syndrome (PCS) - this is a self diagnosis that I've come to based on the following symptoms that I've observed - 1. Isolated events of chest pain without any specific pattern or any triggering agent.
2. When pain occurs, it causes inability to take deep breaths
3. It goes away in under 1-5 min
But based on my online research PCS is accompanied by a bubble pop kind sensation in the end which leads to relief, but in my case relief just comes by - rest all the symptoms seem to be consistent.
Is there anything I should get tested or checked to be sure - what else can I do in this case? Or to how else I can be sure of the diagnosis and rule out the possibility of any other problems.
Dear Doctor, I'm Jwala keshwar Rao, Male 29 yrs. I'm feeling slightly pain in my left chest area which was switching. Chest x-ray done and shows normal, and ECG was attached to this query pls guide me the best to overcome. Thanking you sir.