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I recently been having pain from my left shoulder blade running down to my left arm especially tricep region with slight chest pressure. I'm taking nexium for Gerd but I keep having this pain off and on no shortness of breath and my heart rate is 72. I

Gerd. This doesn't sound like a gerd symptom, but seems to be musculoskeletal or possibly related to a nerve impingement from a spur or a disc pressing on a nerve root. An orthopedic surgeon or a neurologist would be best qualified to evaluate you and order any appropriate tests and treatment. Read more...

Coronary artery calcification...I take adalat (nifedipine) blood pressure ok but heart rate high 110 at rest. Feel heaveness on chest and shortness of breath. Help?

Need examination. That is an abnormal resting heart rate and for someone your age & history of coronary artery calcification as you state- if this is entirely new for you in terms of symptoms then, your next move should be an ER facility. You are welcome to write to me with other questions if you'd like at: www.healthtap.com/drsaghafi but I don't think that should delay getting seen now. Read more...

Had chest muscle pain. When the pain comes, heart rate rises n shortness of breath. Last for awhile. Now there is warm feeling in my left arm. Is it anxiey?

Chest pain. indicates a need for you to see your doc to rule out medical conditions. Yes, anxiety can cause such symptoms but first see doc then see a mental health professional to learn to manage stress. Peace and good health. Read more...

What is the most common cause of clubbing nails with shortness of breath, chest pain, high heart rate?

Clubbing. describes the bulbous, clublike deformation of the distal portion of the fingers and toes resulting from connective-tissue proliferation.Clubbing may be hereditary , ie, primary hypertrophic osteoarthropathy, but, more often, it is acquired and is associated with a number of infectious, inflammatory, neoplastic, and vascular disorders. it may occur with several lung diseases . Ref:Medscape. Read more...

I suddenly started having an increased heart rate with chest pains and shortness of breath. No clots, and not caused by meds? What could cause this?

3 letters: SVT. Very common in your age group for these symptoms is svt, a rhythm condition in which the heart suddenly races. Switches on/off. Called supraventricular tachycardia, rates up to 180-210 beats per minute sometimes seen. It can be hard to catch: needs to be seen on an ECG for diagnosis. Best test is a 30 day event recorder, a device you lease for a month and which can be switched on when occurs. Read more...