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I have afib and wolf parkinson white...symptoms are chest pain, shortness of breath, etc what are the treatments for those conditions?

Treatments vary. depending on the nature of the cause of your symptoms. With atrial fibrillation and WPW there can be a number of different options. This is not something that can be easily addressed over the internet. You need to establish or reestablish with a health care professional who can address your concerns and manage your symptoms. Get checked out today. Cardiac Electrophysiologist would probably be best. Read more...

I had subtle chest pain and shortness of breath for a week. Chest pain diminished considerably and my breathing is fine, should I still be concerned?

Chest pain. Glad to hear your symptoms are improving. If they come back, or get worse, then do get checked out. I hope don't smoke! the estrogen you take combined with smoking can increase the risk for clots. Read more...

I was seen in the ER an was admitted for a week for chest pain and shortness of breath. The problem is still here. And I get pains my arms as well.?

Let me explain? Chest pain may be a symptom of a number of serious conditions and is generally considered a medical emergency. Even though it may be determined that the pain is non-cardiac in origin, this is often a diagnosis of exclusion made after ruling out more serious causes of the pain.Pulmonary, gi, chest wall.Psychological and other. Read more...

Is it normal to still have chest pain and shortness of breath while you are in warfarin diagnosed with pe. Blood clot in loungs

No. . No. It is never normal to have chest pain or shortness of breath. Seek emergency medical attention. The Coumadin (warfarin) is meant to anticoagulate the blood and destroy clots and emboli so that you are not at risk for another blockage. Coumadin (warfarin) requires ongoing monitoring and blood tests to ensure your blood levels are therapeutic. At this time, it is crucial you see your doctor about your continued symptoms of chest pain and shortness of breath - this could be a sign of a blockage and can be fatal. Read more...
Not ideal. May be residua of initial pe but concern even on therapy, of additional emboli or damage. See your doc. May need new ct scan. Read more...