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Burning Sensation In My Heart
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Having side pain on my left side of my stomach under my ribs, also burning sensation near my sometimes get heart pain, doctor gave me omeprazole
Omeprazole/heartburn: Omeprazole prevents acid production in the stomach. May be used for heartburn, gastric ulcer. Best taken with a full glass water 30 mins before breakfast. Relief may be expected in ~1- 4 days. If problem persist/ worsen contact your doctor. Some common side effects include constipation/dry mouth, headache/ nausea/ loose stools. Report any muscle/joint pain, breathing problems, fever/sore throat. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If someone has feelings of somethingpassing through the heart it's causing burning sensation fromlift side down an is making them weak what coulditb?
Very difficult: It is very difficult to diagnose your condition by your description please check with your doctor for a face to face in person history physical and examination. ...Read more
I have a burning sensation in the middle of my chest. When I get that my heart beats faster. What could it be?
For 1 mnth have had burning sensation by heart area. Same location and pain. Lasts 3-5 seconds. Been on nexium 1 mnth. Other suggestions?
Follow up with pcp: Please make a follow up appt with you pcp. In the meantime, avoid eating spicy foods, acidic foods, avoid carbonated drinks, avoid caffeine, avoid tobacco and alcohol, as all can make heartburn/reflux symptoms worse. Don't eat right before bedtime; try to eat dinner a few hours before bed. May try elevating head of bed 6 inches. Exercise for health and to reduce stress. ER if suddenly worse. ...Read more
Burning in chest (not pains) no reflux and my heart beats faster when I get this burning sensation. What could it be. Comes and goes. ?
Often GI: This sounds like a gastrointestinal issue. This pain associated with shortness of breath, profuse sweating, dizziness, etc. would be concerning for a heart attack. It would be unusual, however the heart rate you describe might be an irregular heart rhythm triggering the chest discomfort. Talk with you doctor about an evaluation with a GI specialist and possibly a heart monitor. ...Read more
Stabbing chst pain on right/left side of chst. Sometimes a burning sensation/pressure on left side with increased heart beat. Recurring throughout day?
Persistent tightness in my chest with partial discomfort & experiencing slight burning sensation.Could this be reflux related or heart.Non-smoker 24yo?
Doctor can evaluate: If it is reflux (heartburn), one can try antacids like Maalox, Mylanta, or Tums. There are also acid-blocking medications like Pepcid (famotidine). But, such symptoms may be other things instead of simple reflux. The patient could have esophagitis, H. pylori infection, heart or lung disease, anxiety, etc... It's best to have a doctor evaluate, and if it's only heartburn, the doctor can offer acid blockers. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Persistent tight chest coupled with partial discomfort and burning sensation.Could this be reflux related or heart.Looking for second opinions!24yo?
Low risk: At age 24 you are at lower risk for heart-related disease. That being said, it is always advisable to have a complete evaluation done any time you have chest pain to be sure your heart function is completely normal. GERD can certainly cause the symptoms you describe but I would go to an urgent care or your doctor to be sure that is what you are dealing with. ...Read more
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