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Are Hearts Of Palm Healthy
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Pain in left shoulder area...Sometimes hand, wrist, and arm also? Heart related? 29f, pretty healthy
Not Likely: Best to rule out a cardiac process by a baseline ekg and history and physical. That said, my suspicion would be that this is a musculoskeletal problem that needs diagnosis and treatment. See your pcp for evaluation if it doesn't resolve. ...Read more
What can cause left arm pain from shoulder down to hand? Not sharp pain..More like an achy pain? 29f. Healthy. Worried about stroke or heart attack
Nerve pain likely: Many things -- most likely compression of a nerve in your thoracic outlet or neck. Unlikely to be heart disease in a healthy person of 29. Definitely not a stroke. More likely thoracic outlet syndrome, or cervical nerve compression, or compression of your nerve by some other mechanism like a tumor -- see a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I exercise and my heart rate goes up I get tingling sensations and numbness in my arms, hand, feet and toes. I eat healthy and no other issues.
Hello doctors.I want ask something.Since a month I feel sometimes that my palms of my heart are so high and for a second I feel that my heart is out!?
Am very curious to know if tingling in both palms and fingers can be cos of some heart problem....
What is causing me to wake up at night with racing heart beat, sweaty palms, feeling like i will pass out and die? Happened 5 times now over 2 months?
Several things: Could be 1-cardiac problem 2-panic attack 3-hot flash should be checked. ...Read more
Gi dr after upper GI says my hh is pressing on my vagus nerves ? Causing heart palms and so e chest pain after eating big meals is this possible?
Possible.: Strange things may happen in medicine. This is one potential explanation for CP which seems to be related to meals. ...Read more
Rapid/pounding heart rate, sweaty palms and feet, shaking, then freezing. I get these attacks sometimes...What the heck is wrong with me?
See a doctor: Your symptoms fit along with several different diagnoses, from heart rhythm problems to hormone imbalances to panic attacks and more. See your doctor for a thorough history and physical examination and to begin a directed work up to start. Call 911 if chest pain, passing out or if the symptoms get worse. ...Read more
Today, a colleague hit my left shoulder blade with his palm as a friendly gesture but he hurt it. Can his " hard pat" injure my left lung and heart?
Rapid breathing starts, pounding heart ( I mean like 150-180), sweaty palms, shaking, then ice cold. Lasts sometimes only mins. What is going on???!!
I feel nervous all time.My hands are trembling always.I could feel my heart beat.My palm is sweating.I don't drink or smoke?
Left arm a bit numb, now I have tingling in pinky up side of palm. Slight pain from my elbow up. I've had migraines with aura. Possibly heart attack?
Left arm nerve issue: Heart attack symptoms can cause left arm symptoms, but in a young patient without other issues would be very unusual. It also should not be migraine aura unless this has been part of your aura before. More likely you have peripheral nerve irritation that may be at the elbow (ulnar nerve) or possibly at the brachial plexus or cervical spine. See your doctor if it persists. ...Read more
I have a ver sore neck and back constantly and have been to physio for it which didn't end up helping long term. I am constantly worried and my palms are constantly sweating. Like drip sweating. Ii also have a very high heart beat pm at 114. I'm not sure
Heart palp feeling, nausea, sweaty palms and soles, jittery. Feeling warm all over, especially in face. Feeling faint like. BP 96/72 Pulse 96?
From rest to standing face becomes hot&flushed.Start to see spots and feel faint.Sweaty palms/pounding heart.Body aches.Dry lips.No appetite.Help?
Please get checked. : It sounds like a lot of concerning things going on and these symptoms can be caused by many different things: infection, rheumatoid problems, endocrine problems, cardiac problems, malignancy. It really takes a thorough history and physical to get to the bottom of it. Please don't brush this off and make sure to get checked! ...Read more