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Pressure In Chest When Walking Uphill
I sometimes have a tiny chest pressure (upper side) 2h after walking. On that moment, my BP is 67, 112. Why does this happen and whether it's problem?
Chest pain: Is serious and not normal. Please have yourself examined by your doctor ...Read more
Your doctor may also suggest a safe exercise plan. Walking is usually the easiest type of exercise, but swimming or other low-impact exercises can work just as well. Exercise is an important way to keep blood sugar in control, and physical activity in pregnancy has been found to decrease the risk ...Read more
I pant when I transfer a slight heavy thing. What's the reason? If it's relevant to my drugs I'm taking? I feel a bit pressure in my chest after walk.
Possible causes: Based on your age it chest discomfort that is heart related is relatively unlikely. Then again it depends on what you other health problems are. Medications are always some thing to consider when having symptoms as what you have described. What medications are you currently on? ...Read more
A few times this month I've felt a little bit of pressure, very slight brief pain around mid chest. Should I walk or run to the doctor?
Is it normal with idiopathic dcm and a bi vent icd to have pain or pressure in your chest with walking? I stopped and rested, took bp-normal hr-95.
I get short breath and have pressure in chest when I walk up stairs and run. Doc said take a test if it gets worse. Do I really have to worry? I'm 35
Been having chest pressure and feeling tired and lightheaded for the past few days. Mostly when walking. I'm 27 and physically active, what's up?
Needs evaluation: There are quite a few possibilites for your symtoms including anemia from any number of causes, thyroid problems and cardiac problems which could be multifactorial at your age including fluid accumulation in the outer covering of your heart called pericardium. You will definitely need some blood testand possibly an ekg to begin with. I suggest you see a doctor as soon s feasible. ...Read more
3 trips to ER in 8 weeks without a cause determined. Complete inability to talk, walk or hold hands or legs in the air. Pressure in head and chest.?
Yesterday my BP was 140/90 doctor give me stamlo beta but in night I got bleed from nose n in morning I walk it pressure my cheast, I m very uneasy?
Please have it checked
if you have chest discomfert needs attension. ...Read more
What is causing sharp pain in sternum? Feels like lots of pressure, hard to breathe. Walking a ton more the last week. Just got Depo-Provera shot. Serious?
Sharp left Chest pain when walking fast or uphill. Goes away when resting. Chest can hurt to touch also. Is this definitely heart related?
It is unlikely for: A young woman to have heart disease as a cause of chest pain. Especially if the pain is reproducible by touching the chest. Heart pain is usually dull and squeezing like a tooth ache and very rarely sharp or stabbing. Overall, it is unlikely that this symptom is heart related. Ask your health care provider to check it out and confirm. ...Read more
Left chest pain when briskly walking or uphill exercise. Had ECG at hospital and was normal. Jolts during sleep too as if my hearts stopping. Worried.?
Many things: It could be a heart problem. This would be what most people would want to rule out first. It could be reflux disease or heartburn. You could have gall bladder disease causing chest pain or pressure. Esophageal abnormalities could be the source as well. Occasionally a pulmonary source could be the reason for chest pressure as well, including infections. ...Read more
Depends: Treatment depends on causes of pain or pressure, it is best to see doctor for proper med and evaluation. ...Read more
Get checked out: The greatest concern is the possibility of a heart condition. This could be a musculoskeletal problem, but better to be safe than sorry. Discuss with your physician or go to the er. ...Read more
I could: If you broke a rib or two by the pressure...Have yourself checked by a physician. ...Read more
Anxiety shows itself: In may ways. One can mentally obsess over things that frighten the person or do behaviors to keep danger away, e. g, ritual behaviors, checking and re-checking. Physically there can be heart palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, sleeplessness, etc. Please go to a mental health professional for support if you think you have an anxiety disorder. Please stay w/doc also. ...Read more
Need evaluation: This can be a lung problem. You will need to see your physician ...Read more
Rule out heart attak: If the chest pains are not just on inhalation, and there is not a tender spot on the chest wall that makes them worse, and they are not relieved by antacids, and this pain is unfamiliar, then a physician's office visit or emergency room visit is in order. Heart attack, pneumonia, lung infarct, and other dangerous things announce themselves as chest pain. ...Read more
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It's time to see Dr.: With only those words, "female having tons of pressure in my chest", one must see the doctor right away. The wisest thing to do is call 911. The paramedics have oxygen, medications, and can do an ekg. The E.R. Doctor can evaluate for a possible heart attack. Even if it is not a heart attack, the E.R. Usually can provide a diagnosis and begin treatment. ...Read more
Nonspecific symptoms: These are very nonspecific symptoms. Much more info is needed to make any sense of them. Heart problems rarely cause tingling. Anxiety is a very common cause of strange chest symptoms. But if the symptoms are worrisome, then a medical exam is warranted to rule out anything serious. ...Read more
I sit rather slouched and round shouldered. When I am standing walking it makes my chest hurt. Why?
Whenever you sit your spine take the form of a C, and loses of the Cervical- Lordosis, thoracic- kyphosis lumbar-Lordosis as a single C- kyphosis. This posture is abnormal. You should Sit up straight 90 degrees, regain the normal curvatures of the spine. Whenever you stand, the ligaments are used to an abnormal posture, and by straighten the chest it hurts. Sit straight, take an Aleve, (naproxen) get up, walk around, do it frequently slowly the ligaments will change in shape, as well the vertebral bodies and the pain will slowly go away. Remember you took time to induce the degenerative changes. The recovery also will take time.
Perhaps you should consult an orthopedic surgeon and have an MRI of the spine to assess the extent of the injury. ...Read more
I have center bottom chest pain, when I move it hurts. When I apply pressure it doesn't hurt. What should I do?
Multiple Causes: Chest pain can be a symptom of heart disease but may be may other things such as esophageal spasms, great vessel disease, respiratory (asthma, COPD, bronchitis, infections, lung collapse), and muscle problems to name a few. It really depends on the clinical situation and other symptoms you may be having. It is very unlikely that at 23 it is serious but should see a doctor to get more information ...Read more
Sometimes I have chest pain in the centre feels like pressure and it increases when I bend down what could it be?
Probably related: To your stomach, esophagus and intestines. Unlikely to be cardiac. ...Read more
Taking loestin 20 and got constant tightening/pressure pains in my back and chest. Could it be linked with the pill?
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Lotensin has been assoiciated with pancreatitis and gastritis. Would call you doctor tomorrow and let them know you may need another anti-hypertensive instead of lotensin (benazepril). ...Read more
When I exercise at 101% I get chest discomfort that disappears if I slow down. I can walk at a regular pace I'm okay.?
It's okay: Yes you condition is normal during exercise section ...Read more
Pressure in center of chest radiating to back. I am a 60 yr old woman, 5ft 4 in. And weigh 125lbs. What might this be?
You need an exam: Central chest pain can have benign and serious causes. Until you know you should get it checked out. Common causes of pain you describe run from heart related causes such as angina, aneurysms, to gastrointestinal such as ulcers, gall bladder, and reflux to musculoskeletal issues. This list is nowhere comprehensive. So while the cause might be more annoying than dangerous, it is important to check. ...Read more
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