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Is it normal to have chest pain after running?

Not normal. Unusual to have CP after running, you may be short of breath. If you have this consistently you better get checked. Read more...
Chest Pain -See Doc? When to see a doctor? How do you know when you need medical help for chest pain? It's not always easy to tell. Helpful simple quiz: http://edition.cnn.com/HEALTH/help.at.home/chest.pain/content.html. Read more...

What does it mean to have chest pain after running for a short period of time?

GET YOUR HEART CHECK. Chest pain with exertion can mean heart disease. It can be other things, but check heart 1st. Read more...
No Brains?? Since you are performing your own stress test, and failing, by getting chest pain, i think it is time for you to see you local cardiologist, perhaps an angiography. And stop running dummy, before you wind up in a ditch dead. Read more...

Center chest pain after running at near max heart rate. Days later still there. Out of shape. 23yrs old. No health conditions.?

Center chest pain. You are 23 years old and no other medical problems. Does the pain radiate to any other place like left arm, jaw or neck ? What kind of chest pain is it , burning stabbing or pressure type ? Does it hurt when you press your rmiddle of the chest ? Most likely it is costochondritis i suggest that you see your dr or at least have an ekg'. Read more...

When I run track, I sometimes feel chest pain after running a speed work out, I do not cough or wheeze. Can this be bronchospasms?

Maybe. You are an excellent candidate for a stress echo and you need to tell your internal medicine doctor your symptons. She will listen to your lungs as well as check an ekg and make a determination regarding chest xray and spirometry to evaluate your lungs as well as your heart. Read more...

Upper chest pain after running a few laps. Allergy season. Never diagnosed with asthma. Normal ECG test from last year.?

Chest pain. See your doctor immediately. If continues go to emergency room. Exertionsl chest pain can reflect underlying coronary disease or possibly asthma with exertion. Either way should be evaluated asap. Read more...
Potentially serious. Exertional chest discomfort is potentially a red flag. If you're >40 or diabetic at any age, or smoke or have other risk factors, your symptom could be due to heart disease. A normal ECG last year was helpful information last year but has no bearing on the present. You should refrain from further strenuous exertion until you've been examined by your doctor. Read more...