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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
4yrs ago when i had vincent's angina of the throat, parts of my tonsils were scooped out. I was told it would patchup with time but hasn't. Worrisome?
No: Ludwig's angina is a serious condition that can become life threatening. Your tonsils were "scooped" out probably to drain an abscess that caused ludwig's. I would not expect them to look symmetrical or smooth. As long as you are not getting tonsil infections now you don't need to worry. ...Read more
I have been having a tight feeling in my left side throat.. My family has a history of angina. Should i be worried?
Iallergies for so many thing especially in this days unstandable for me reason of the cold weather .. Angina in every 2 w. White things in my throat?
Exudates: If you have exudates in your throat, you have to see a doctor for proper treatment. Angina in a loose way is a heart pain from clogged arteries and that's not probably what you have. You may need anti allergy medicines and even the special ones like singular. Discuss it with your doctor and be tested well for your allergies so they ca be treated better. ...Read more
Is it possible to have ischaemia type pain/angina type at 31? Pain and heaviness left/central chest into left neck and jaw. Better with rest
Women and chest pain: You are right to be concerned! Heart disease is a number 1 killer of women in the US, surpassing breast cancer. Even though you are young, and much less likely to have heart disease at 31 than at 61, you need to get your symptoms checked out. A visit to a cardiologist or a general practitioner is a must. More information is needed, and tests may be indicated to rule out heart disease. ...Read more
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23 yr old gave birth 3 months ago. Pain in upper left chest that radiates to neck and jaw on exertion. Goes away with rest. Angina at 23 ?
What causes jaw pain and buring right under the jaw like in front of the chin. There's slight sweeling on my right jaw does that sound like Ludwigns angina? I also do have a little neck pain
See your Dentist: Highest probability is that you have an abscesses (infected) tooth. Infected gums also a possibility. You really need to be examined by your Dentist to be properly diagnosed and treated. Know that tooth infections and gum infections do not self correct. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Tongue: The infection starts like a skin infection under the tongue or the gum/teeth.. The swelling starts there and lifts the other tissues and the tongue will then obstruct the breathing and swallowing as it is pushed against the walls of the mouth and throat from the swelling that usually starts under it. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Hey! I've got a minor headache, sore throar and running nose. What could I use to not get seriously ill with flu or angina?
Flu: You have the signs of a minor viral illness affecting your upper respiratory tract. There is no way to prevent the onset of a flu at this point ( a viral illness) although you may try the influenze vaccine once you are over current symptoms. The best policy is to attempt relief of your symptoms using mucinex, (guaifenesin) sudafed and nasal saline spray. If the discharge turns yellow visit your dr. For antibiot. ...Read more
Minor, not constant discomfort in chest and neck; yawning to catch breath/short of breath; tired; irregular pulse at times; anxiety. Angina?
First, an exam: Just to reassure yourself and anyone who cares about you, have a good physical exam w/ emphasis on the concerns you mention. It may even involve some lab work to get levels of thyroid, etc. With the results, you'll be able to address issues or consider psychotherapy to learn skills to deal w/ anxiety. I'd do that before medication. I hope it turns out well! ...Read more
Could I have micro vascular angina? I'm 25 and when stressed or sometimes resting I have pain chest, left arm, jaw and neck and back. Can last all day
Not angina: Chest pain that lasts over 30 minutes and is not a heart attack: is NOT coming from the heart. The operative word is "stressed" and that is where you at age 25, should concentrate. Be sure this is not anxiety reaction or panic attack that can be as life changing and serious as a heart attack. Get help. Good luck. ...Read more
What could be causing my head, neck and shoulder pain and extreme fatigue I have two stents, hbp, cardiovascular disease and angina .
Check heart first: While head , neck and shoulder pain is most often musculo-skeletal and non-life threatening, anyone with a significant cardiac history should always have a new onset of symptoms evaluated promptly by their doctor.Heart problems do not always present as typical chest pain esp. in patients who have a prior history of cardiac issues. This should be ruled out first before accepting another diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer