Are chills and chest pains signs of heart problem?

Symptoms. Chills and chest pains can emanate from conditions which affect the heart, but using such symptoms to establish a specific diagnosis without more historical info and a full physical exam and some testing is not the manner in which medicine is practiced. If you feel you may have heart disease, or are concerned about how you are feeling you should be seen and evaluated professionally. Good luck.

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Can left arm, neck, shoulder, chest pain be a sign of a heart problem? If so, then if the pain goes on its own could it still be a heart problem?

No! Certainly not at your age It is true that the pain of true angina can radiate from the chest to the jaw and left arm but the reverse is not true!? I think pain of true angina which is often central chest pain with a heavy quality is severe and unlikely to be confused. Read more...

Woke up suddenly from sleap and sat up in bed after getting chest pain, woried I might have heart problem, get these pains regularly, Indepth answer?

Sleep problems. Sleep problems like this need to be evaluated by your doctor. You may have sleep apnea and are waking up because you can't breath. This is a serious problem but it can be treated with a CPAP machine or an oral appliance made by a dentist. This is serious. Schedule an appointment ASAP. Read more...

6 ekgs, x ray, ultrasound and stress test all come back normal in the past 6 months but I still sometimes get chest pains. Heart problem or anxiety?

Anxiety. Don't you have a good family doctor? That is a lot of tests and wasted energy directed at what is not your problem. Young people especially still learning how to operate in this big world often carry their stress in their chest. This leads to shortness of breath, muscles spasms in the chest wall and rib cage and should be addressed with natural methods of stress reductions including breathing. Read more...

I am having chest pain for months now, would that be smoking effect it a heart problem?

See Your Doctor. You are thirty.Perfect.You have time to avoid the perilous results of smoking.That chest pain is a warning sign to stop. It could be your heart. It could be your lungs.It could be your kidneys.It could be the blood vessels leading to Mr. Johnson.Or to your brain, aorta.Who knows what havoc will be wreaked should you continue your sinful ways.So STOP,brother!! Well,uh, an occasional Cohiba? O.K. Read more...

I'm having lower left chest pain (esp when exhaling) and usually after eating. Sometimes I also feel my heart flip-flops. Is this heart problem?

Unlikely. Pain in your chest that changes with a deep breath is generally from rib cage, or inflammatory lung issue. Feeling an irregular hear beat is very common, and usually harmless. See you provider, and appropriate testing can be done. Read more...