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Angina Chest Pain
Yes!: Angina type pain comes when the muscle of the heart gets stretched or the heart perceives it is not getting enough oxygen. Even high blood pressure without coronary artery disease can cause angina type pain, but you must first make sure there is no CAD and must make sure to control the blood pressure! Most people with high blood pressure however have no symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Angina is chest pain that is caused by poor blood flow to the heart muscle. Angina is not an actual disease, but rather a symptom of an existing heart problem. Most commonly, this underlying problem is due to an obstruction of the coronary blood vessels that surround the heart. There are different types of angina including stable angina, unstable ...Read more
Could I have angina at 25? Chest pain when walking sometimes in back and goes away when sitting. I've had stress test, MRI, echos, treadmill. All clea
Yes;not=conventional: View because BOTH defined as "symptoms" perceived by person. Yet arterial disease typically present in 1/2 US population by later childhood; no symptoms for decades because arteries enlarge at plaque locations. Ischemia=result of plaque rupture, debris+clots & most ischemic events are asymptomatic despite progressive damage: heart, brain & body-wide leading to CHF, dementia, etc., into future. ...Read more
Are chest pains (sharp, dull, ache) in different ares of chest, that only last a few seconds, cardiac related (angina etc) or nc-chest pain?
I get classic angina symptoms. Sob, burning chest, pain in left arm, sweat. Yet heart supposedly checks out fine. What else could this be? Still heart?
You can't: You can't and you shouldn't try --. ...Read more
My husband had one chest pain 10years ago and was diagnosed with angina had no pain since do you think he was diagnosed correctly?
How common is Angina in young adults? I have a burning senstaion in center of chest but I have had also have chest pain since last sat? I'm 27 male
Very uncommon, unless: You're taking cocaine-this could cause it. Otherwise, unlikely. See a Dr if symptoms persist ...Read more
Probably not: Angina doesn't occur in a localized "spot" and typically patients will press their fist against their mid sternum and report a sensation of heaviness or pressure "like someone pressing down" on them. The words twinge and spot suggest a muscular cause. Depending on your specifics, though, it's never a bad idea to discuss this with your doctor and get a complete evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Could stopping diltiazem trigger off some kind of unstable angina? Was taking for 11months cured chest pain etc. 2 weeks of stopping, worse symptoms.
No chest pain upon climbing steep road going up three flights of stairs and general being active could I still have angina?
Urgent! Burning chest pain when breathin all day no relief started after waking up nonstop no sob cause? History: hbp palps angina tachy minimal
Urgent: If you are that distressed, go to the doctor. If you have already done so and haven't asked what is going on, do so. There are many possibilities and out on the web an answer isn't likely to be forthcoming. ...Read more
How dangerous is angina? How can it be treated? I was in the hospital and they discharged without any medication. I have chest pain all the time
Chest pain: Must talk to your dr.Angina if you know is the diagnoses see your dr. Need proper investigations. Gerd can simulate angina. If you have coronary artery disease. Needs work up. Stress test echocardiogram, may be cardiac work up. Check your BP lipids and sugars. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer