Chest pains, shortness of breathe and spitting blood?

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See a doctor. Chest pain, shortness of breath and spitting up blood are a concerning set of symptoms, as they could signal an infection, blood clot in the lung , or heart disease. Please see a doctor right away.

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Lightheaded, chest pain, shortness of breath and spitting up small amounts of blood for months now all scans/test normal, what could this be? So scared

Difficult to say. Specially when you state that "all scans/test normal". However, make sure that you were tested for autoimmune disorders such as Lupus. Also, get a second opinion and carry your medical records with you for easier access to your future consultant(s). Read more...

Hi I just spit up a clear like substance that was thick jelly like ball and very sticky. In the middle there was it looked like white string. When I stuck my nail in it I could feel the string. I am having chest pains and shortness of breath now. I think

ACUTE BRONCHITIS. your symptoms are consistent with acute bronchitis vs PNEUMONIA Seek help asap you need to be examined have labs and CXR checked to rule out pneumonia. You will probably need antibiotics inhalers and cough syrup . Please get evaluated promptly! Read more...
Difficult call. I would recommend that you be seen by a doctor as soon as possible. This is an odd set of symptoms and would be difficult to assess over the internet. Best of luck! Read more...

Chest pains, shortness of breath, headaches for over 3 months. Scans of chest, head, all blood work is normal. Worried that it is serious, could it not be?!

Very likely not. If the scans and blood work are normal, it is unlikely that there a serious underlying problem. Your should feel reassured and be as engaged with your life and work as you can. Read more...

I have had multiple chest xrays and ekgs as well as blood work. Everything has been normal, but I am still getting shortness of breath and chest pain?

PFTS/CT. You will need to be screened for asthma or hyperreative airway disease with pulmonary function tests and a CT scan. I would also suggest TB testing and a sputum culture. Read more...
Specialist. This is when you ask your primary doctor to send you to a specialist, either a pulmonologist or a cardiologist depending on which seems to be more appropriate for your symptoms at the time. Maybe even both. If your symptoms persist, do not delay. Good luck..1. Read more...

Chest pain, shortness of breath, a little bradychardia (61bpm).Last week catheterism showed all normal. Pain continues, lungs ok, I feel like blood flavour. I'm desperate, what could that be?

Breathe deeply. No time for desperation. Just need all hands on deck for a moment. This is likely benign since you've said the catheter is negative for heart disease and lungs were cleared too. Still, chest pain and shortness of breath in a 35 year old should be taken to heart (no pun intended) so a call to your doctor should be your next step. Picture in your honor..Looks like soccer! ciao and cheers! Read more...
CAD. If work up for coronary artery disease, including cath, is normal then it is possible that you could have esophageal disease: reflux with aspiration and/or esophageal spasm. It is also possible to have small vessels coronary artery disease ( rare ) for which you need to have a vo2 max stress test. Read more...