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Constant Mild Chest Pain
Probably not serious: At your age and with the symptoms you've characterized, not likely a major prob. Talk to your doc. Simple tests can rule out major issues. ...Read more
Progresive prod.cough at ni8 wile sleeping with constant mild dul Lt.chest pain 55yr,F. echo=grad1-diastoli dysfn, ecg-inferio-later ischemi. wats Rx?
Consider HT consult: Some of the more common causes for a chronic nocturnal cough are: post nasal drip, GERD, cough variant asthma and CHF. There is not enough information to suggest the cause of your cough or dull chest pain. Was your chest X-ray normal? Smoker? Are you on medication? An online InBox Consultation at Health Tap may be helpful. You would upload your complete medical history and all studies done. ...Read more
Get evaluated: if chest discomfort is enough concern for you to post on this forum I would highly recommend that you follow up with your primary care physician regarding this matter. It is not safe for you to assume that this chest pain is noncardiac especially if you have other risk factors such as diabetes or smoking history or family history of coronary artery disease I would highly recommend seeing ur Dr. ...Read more
CP: CP at random times- does not sound too ominous. It has to be evaluated keeping in view of cardiac risk factors. Get checked atleast once. ...Read more
See your doctor ASAP: Could be a problem with skin, nerves, muscle, shoulder, lung, heart, or stomach. See your doctor for a more thorough history, physical exam and further evaluation. ...Read more
Possibly not serious: Could you please explain the exact location and what makes the pain worse or better? Possibly nothing serious .. ...Read more
Cardiologist: Your high blood pressure needs attention. More information about your chest discomfort is needed to determine whether it's from the rib cage, heart, lung or esophagus. I recommend a consultation with a cardiologist who will order appropriate tests and start you on an antihypertensive regimen. ...Read more
Not severity: Severity is all but irrelevant as heart attacks can be painless. The single most important feature of angina is that it is provoked by exercise and relieved by rest. That said, a heart attack can come on at complete rest (and often does). If you're concerned, please see your doctor. An once of prevention is worth a pound of cure. ...Read more
I get random mild chest pain on just my left side. Its maybe a 4 out of ten on a pain scale. What could it be?
Unsure: Any chest pain should be eval by a doctor, but the chest pain that usually concerns me is midline dull aching pain that is worse w exertion and better w rest. Can also radiate to jaw or left arm. A stress test may be a good idea. I also like to check a calcium score in high risk patients without chest pain. ...Read more
How long does mild chest pain have to be before a person should start worrying? Five minutes? Ten minutes? More?
Unreliable: Duration of chest pain is unreliable. Quality, location and behavior of pain are more significant. A chest pain whose quality is new or something different to a person, occurring at the area of the breast bone, radiating to the arm, neck or jaw especially when associated with sweating, weakness or dizziness are more worrisome. At best, chest pain has to be evaluated by chest xray, ekg and enzymes. ...Read more
I understand your concern.
I commend you for considering stress causing mild chest pain or tension.
Your journey of life of 53 years has brought many stresses which you have coped well.
Mild chest pain or tension in chest can be due to unresolved feelings and conflicts due to stresses of past and present.
See a Psychiatrist for:
•Stresses and Anxiety
•Breathing Relaxation ...Read more
My anxiety recently lead to mild chest pain. It's not debilitating and I can calm myself down, I don't freak out or get SOB. Should I see a psych?
27 year old male. I have been having mild chest pain on my left chest whenever I am anxious/tensed/worries. It may last till am free minded. Normal?
I did some cocaine and now have mild chest pain over the left side. I won't be touching the drug again but just wondered, should I seek medical help ?
Possibly: It is not uncommon for people to experience chest pain from using cocaine. If you regularly use, I would be concerned about your heart. If it was a one time thing that may be less likely. However, I still think that it would be a good idea to get it checked out in order to determine your baseline health whether you plan on using again or not. ...Read more
Perhaps: It is not likely cardiac otherwise, you would not be writing this question. I would say you have gerd or gastritis. At your age. The chances of cardiac etiology is very low. Caridac pain causes nausea, vomiting, radiation to the neck, chin down the arms. Heaviness lasting sometimes less than one minute or even 30 seconds. You will feel impending doom. Have it checked out with your family doc. ...Read more
Don't be fooled: The absence of left arm discomfort does not rule out a cardiac cause in the presence of chest pain. Best to talk to your doctor, especially if there is any effort component to causing the chest discomfort. There are many more benign causes for chest pain other than heart, but talking to your doctor is the safest way to sort it out rather than the wing and a prayer model...I.E., guess and hope! ...Read more
What is the cause of mild chest pain that is not due pneumonia? Whenever i turn my neck backwards i can feel it
Im on workout/gym after 1 month off of it and after 30mins of gym im having palpitation and mild chest pain. Whats the cause of it? Life threat?
Chest pain: Go see your doctor and get checked out, chances are its no big deal but better safe then sorry. ...Read more
28 Male.Recent norm StressTest, ECHO.Healthy weight,norm BP.No Fam hist/non smoker/rarely alcohol.Should mild chest pain concern me? Too young for MI?
Chest pain not heart: It sounds like you have pursued a work-up for the chest pain and it, fortunately, is negative. Glad your risk factors are under control as well. Good job! While 28 years is NOT too young to have a heart attack, with all the information you now know about yourself from the work up and your risk factors, you can be assured that your chest pain is not your heart, I believe. Probably musculoskeletal ...Read more
Hi, For the past two months, I have palpation, very mild chest pain which is not frequent(once a day may be that too for an hour or so) and light head?
Palpitation/ lt head: May be GERD/ reflux with or without H pylori try ranitidine/prevecid ( if H pylori will need antibiotics or may be mitral valve prolapse ( check echocardiogram), check thyroid function, check gallbladder, check for Lyme , rarely autoimmune, avoid caffeine, energy drinks, alcohol, consider holter f/u w internist / cardiologist ...Read more
I walked really far yesterday and towards the end I felt mild chest pain in my right side. Is it because I'm out of shape?
At your age it is: more likely that the discomfort you felt was non cardiac than anything else. It may have been from being out of shape. If the symptoms recur or persist it would be reasonable to get checked out for reassurance. ...Read more
About a week I have mild chest pain on the left to the point I grab my chest try to massage area and take aspirin . It last 20 min.
Chest pain: Chest pain could be reflux but in anyone over age forty would consider cardiac and so would go to urgent care today to have it evaluated . Do you have shortness of breath when taking a deep breath/ Also have to consider clot which can be evaluated by d-dimer. But need to see urgent care / ER/ doctor today. ...Read more
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