Symptoms today are horrible indigestion, numb arm, shortness of breath, feeling weak. I have costochondritis. Is this normal? Heart attack?
Doubt it, but... No one symptom definitively indicates a heart attack is or is not in progress (many people make the fatal mistake of waiting out atypical heart pain). In fact, "heart pain" is often indistinguishable from esophageal, pericardial, mediastinal, gastric, & chest wall distress. By the same token, where in your gut you have problems may result in very different sensations. See doctor to be reassured.
My left arm (upper inside only) hurts when I move it certain ways. No chest pain or shortness of breath. Sign of heart attack? Hx of dvts
Can heart attack symptoms disappear after vomiting? Symptoms were extreme pain in chest all around through back. Shortness of breath. Sweating, vomit.
MI SYMPTOMS vomit. 52 F asks if heart attack Sx disappear after vomiting? ANS: usually not, so suggests due to GI problem such as hiatal hernia, reflux, gas(bad gas), Thanksgiving gorge, food poisoning, to mention a few. But recall that women do not have same Sx of heart attack as men. I would call primary care team. Or if u have had heart attack with these symptoms in past go to ER. Now would be good. . Read more...
Climbing hill symptoms:shortness of breath heart heaviness sweating. Admitted to hospital ekg, stress test, no heart attack. Angiogram no blockage? Could it be related to gerd? Treatment type of dr.
More info needed.... Are you overweight? Do you exercise regularly? Do you ever exert yourself strenuously? You've listed symptoms associated with someone being out of shape exerting themselves... Thankfully you didn't have a coronary. Time to make a plan with your physician to take care of yourself by loosing weight (if necessary), eating right, and starting a cardiovascular workout routine. All the best. Read more...
I have a squeezing pain in my chest and left arm. I have high cholesterol and am sure of an impending heart attack. I also have weakness. I got an echo done and it was normal. My doctor doesn't believe me. What should I do?
Get to ER ASAP! You must go to the er asap with a situation like this. You have the signs and the predisposition for it, and heart attacks have occurred in individuals 30 years of age or younger. Please do not wait for a doctor's approval. Just get to the er/have someone bring you to the er as soon as you can. Best of luck. Read more...