Am I at risk of a heart attack or stroke past out rushed to hospital was treated with steroids for asthma but nothing more complained about chest pain but nothing was done about it still having severe chest pain
See your provider. If you were discharged, you didn't have a heart attack or stroke, but you need to see your provider to work up the chest pain. You might need a stress test, echocardiogram, or even catheterization; you might not need any more testing, if the pain is really just asthma. But there are many causes of chest pain, and you should see your provider to figure out what is going on.
While . While the pain you are experiencing in your chest can be attributed to your asthma attack, it is better to be safe than sorry. Chest pain can also be attributed to cardiac tissue injury and heart attack. If you are experiencing severe chest pain, contact your doctor immediately to discuss your condition. If your chest pain is intolerable and you have concurrent symptoms such as nausea, shortness of breath and sweating, get help, call 911. You may be having a heart attack. Do not drive. You should go to the emergency room.
22 year old, chest pain, shortness of breathe and dizziness. I do have a history of severe anxiety and asthma. Could it be a heart attack?
Not heart attack. Just by listening to the presentation, i think you are having a panic attack. Asthma could do this due to hyperventilation, but it seems more like panic attack with hyperventilation and feeling of doom. Go to your doctor and be treated appropriately or at least be reassured and help you cope with the anxiety. Read more...
Heart attack is. Unlikely in a 22 year old female. If you have been diagnosed with panic disorder, cardiac causes were previously ruled out and these are the same symptoms previously experienced w panic attacks- then the chances are remote. If you haven't been medically worked up for these symptoms - would encourage that. Read more...