Tachycardia, sharp heart pain, loss of consciousness and paraesthesia (pins and needles sensation).?

Call 911. Although this could represent hyperventilation or an anxiety attack, let a trained physician decide, don't run he risk of ignoring symptoms that could represent a heart attack.

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Heart pain and pins and needles running up my neck with burning pain. Should I seek help? I've been heavily depressed for days.

Yes. i am sorry to hear you are feeling depressed. You should definitely seek help for these symptoms from a qualified mental health professional. There are ways they can truly help. The physical symptoms you are feeling could be related to depression, or could be something else, but at your age are very unlikely to be related to the heart, which is good news. Still you should see a primary care doc. . Read more...

Should I be concerned if I am hearing popping noises by heart? I also have burning sensation on chest, arms, pins and needles, muscle loss,

Burning sensation. Yes, this is something to be concerned about. I can't speak to the "popping" noises that you are having, but the numbness/tingling/burning most likely is due to nerve compression at a high thoracic spine level. You need to see a physician and have an MRI ordered to evaluate if you have cord compression from a disc herniation or some other secondary cause. Read more...

Is pins and needles on left side in shoulder blades a possible sign of heart attack?

Can't say. The symptoms of heart attack can vary quite a bit. Some patients have no symptoms at all. Pins and needles in the shoulder blades are not the usually complaints before or during a heart attack. If you are worried though you should get it checked out. Read more...

I get heart palpitations from time to time and also get pins and needles in my arms and hands im only 22 what could this be?

Probably not serious. Although these symptoms may be due to real disease processes, the constellation of these associated symptoms in a 22 year old raise the spectre of hyperventilation syndrome, a benign situation with the rapid heart rate and tingling due to the physiologic and biochemical changes in the body induced by Adrenalin and elevation of the pH by overbreathing. To be safe, talk to your doctor. Read more...
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