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Belching And Heart Attack
I have squeezing chest pressure and bleching. Heart attack? I have no left arm pain but keep belching and I am bloated.
Chest pressure: If you are an 18 year old female, this decreases risk for a heart attack. However, squeezing chest pressure and belching can be symptoms for a heart attack or for angina. It you were an older man, i would likely recommend that you call 911. Please seek medical care if you your pain is not resolving or right away if you have any trouble breathing. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Aafter walking I am belching, chest pain, I am so nervous that I think I have heart attack but I hav normal ecg, 2dechoe, and stress test stomach bloated?
Ab pain w/bloating and belching that doesn't go away in the lower stomach. I have had dizziness/left arm tingling at times + fear heart attack. Er?
I see you are: Diabetic and smoker. 2 risk factors for coronary artery disease. If overweight then, 3 risk factors. I will r/o ischemic heart disease first with ekg and stress test. If negative acid reflux with esophageal muscle spam a possibility. See a doctor asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After eat gassy food i.E 'petai', feel minor pain like poke by needle at centre of my chess but after burp, it subsided. Is this sign of heart attack?
Probably not: Do you have heartburn? A possible explanation is gerd. Acid reflux at the esophagus can give you al kind if symptoms even pressure chest pain imitating heart attack. As i can see you have at least 3 risk factors for cad. Have you have a stress test? If not get one to be sure your heart is ok. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, can a stomach/digestion problem cause some kind of heart attack? Sometimes i feel heavier heart beat and some chest pain, and it's gone after burp
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