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I have a cardio appt in 2 weeks. Been having nausea chest pain short of breath pain down left armcould this be a warning of impending heart attack?

Possible but. It's possible but unlikely because blocked arteries are very rare in non-smoking 30 year old women (per your profile). If you were 60, i'd urge you to go right to the er but but in your case, it's more likely to be caused by something other than your heart. Read more...
Gerd. You may have reflux causing your symtoms your age and gender make coronary heart disease unlikely but a cardiac evaluation is in order. Read more...

What else can cause very mild arm pain mild chest pain and nausea besides a heart attack? I've had discomfort all day but don't want to overreact...

Get checked out. The symptoms you describe could certainly be explained by a heart attack. Not everyone has the "classic" symptoms of crushing chest pain when they have a heart attack. There are certainly other possibilities, but since it is unclear the safest thing to do would be to get evaluated by a physician as soon as possible. Read more...

I have been having episodes of chest pain, skipping in the night, nausea, can't sleep, very fatigue. I think I have coronary artery disease I'm terrified a heart attack is imminent. How would I know?

Heartattack unlikely. As a young nonsmoking female you shouldn't but you could have other things like mitral valve prolapse. Bring these symptoms to your doctor and his trusty stethoscope. Read more...
Anxiety/ Panic disor. Unusual for 19 yrs old unless you have 'risk factors'. Possibly you may have anxiety-depression. Do check with your doctor to further evaluate you for anxiety -depression, thyroid disease, and certainly for any heart disease. Read more...
Coronary Artery... ...Disease bad enough to produce a heart attack is not only very rare in 30 year olds, it is also highly unlikely to produce nighttime symptoms (it usually gets worse with exercise.) anxiety (panic attack) is the most likely cause of symptoms like this, although heartburn, arrhythmia, and pericarditis are also possible. Read more...
See your family doc. It sounds more gastric or. Esophageal to me. See your family doctor and have appropriate tests run . A ct scan of your coronary arteries is a non- invasive way to check your coronary arteries. Also, a GI doc can check you for gastric and esophageal causes. I would also add in sleep apnea into the differential diagnosis due to skipped beats, anxiety or depression insomnia and daytime tiredness. Good luck to you. Read more...

Slight chest pain, nausea, headache, severe weakness cold sweats, normal bp and pulse. Could this still be a heart attack?

Chest pain - acute . Any chest discomfort in a patient over the age of fourty needs to be evaluated ASAP as symptoms of heart artery blockage are often atypical and vague. Take an aspirin and call 911 if severe or if not severe, have someone drive the patient to the nearest ER ASAP. In the case of heart attacks time is of the essence in reducing residual heart damage. Do not delay. Prevention Works! Read more...

Could I have had a heart attack? A few weeks ago I felt nauseous, dizzy and my heart rate was fast. I had chest pain. Upon standing my legs were weak.

Could be heart. Remember a heart attack is an occlusion of a coronary artery and doesn't mean cardiac arrest. If you develop sudden crushing chest pain not relieved with rest you may be having a heart attack. Seek urgent medical attention. Chest pain associated with activity could be angina and you should be checked out. Read more...

Chest pain, SOB, nausea - Chance of heart attack with normal chest xray, nuclear stress test, calcium score? Echo slightly low EF of 48%.

Talk to your cardiol. I recommend you speak with your cardiologist as it sounds like you have one, given studies that were done. There are risk modifications that can be done of course. Sounds like you have good contacts with specialists already! Read more...

Severe chest pain 4 days ago. Left side, nausea, tingling in my left arm. For 25 min. I've felt exhausted since. Family cardiac history. Heart attack?

Chest Pain. impossible to tell if this was a cardiac event without testing. You don't tell us what age you are, or what medical conditions you have. This is certainly something that needs to be taken seriously and evaluated with blood testing, EKG and other possible tests. You should be seen no later than in the morning. Read more...