Why do get chest pains?
maybe you are near to a bad heart or maybe leading to a heart attack or it might just be growing up pains
No, chest pains are never normal. You should always see medical attention for any chest pains.
You get chest pains while your swimming because of the pressure from the water on your body. Your body isn't used to the pressure so you get pains in your chest.
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You can definitely die from chest pains. You could stop breathing or your heart could stop pumping because of these pains.
ANYTIME you have chest pains PLEASE call 911 immediately
Yes, it is very normal to have shooting chest pains after having a heartburn.
Any time a patient has unidentified chest pains is the time to see a physician asap.
Pains in the chest can sometimes be an indication of a very serious medical condition. However, tight back muscles can press onto nerves going around your chest to cause you pains in the ribs.
If you are experiencing chest pains while on a very low calorie diet, you should change some of the things you are trying to eat. If you keep having the chest pains you should seek a doctor right away.
Osteoporosis is weakening of the bones, chest pains mean you should go to the doctor. Stat!
Chest pains can be serious. When you have chest pains it could be a sign that you are having a heart attack. You will need to go to see a doctor as soon as possible.
Nitroglycerin should not make your chest pains worst at anytime. If they are making your chest pains worse then I would highly advise you to go to the ER or to your doctor and explain your symptoms.
You have had chest pains that your doctor said were panic attacks and now you are having them again can unfitness cause chest pain or diabetes?
In general, you should always see a doctor about any sort of persistent chest pains. While exercise certainly could be helpful in reducing chest pains, you definitely should see your doctor before beginning an exercise progream.
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no, see your doctor
Although not very common, Lisinopril can cause chest pains. The most common side effect of the drug Lisinopril is dizziness.
Yes they can be in certain individuals in various circumstances. There are also many other reasons and possibilities of chest pains as well which is best to have diagnosed by a physician.
Good lord no chest pains are more indicative of heart, problem, breathing, broken rib, blunt force trauma, even an extremely emotional event. PREGNANCY is not what i would diagnose a pain in the chest... more like weight gain, a protrusion in the belly area, of course pregnancy test, pains emmanating from your chest area is something to keep aware of another type of issue, if it keeps paining you , you SHOULD SEEK MEDICAL advice… Read More
no Yes, I've experienced chest pains after drinking Pepsi, but only because I consumed it too quickly. If the chest pains persist for longer than 1 hour (or come and go), head to your local ER to get checked out.
Exactly how i feel
See a doctor ASAP.
I get chest pains sometimes when i do my sport, what i do is i either stop and take a few breaths and a quick break or if im at a swim meet u pull through it and it goes away.
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because the internal replobis is disturbed and causes the chest to feel pain
Conditions that are known to cause shooting pains in the chest, wrist, shoulders and ankles are bursitis and tendinitis. There are various types of bursitis and tendinitis that are caused by inflammation.
There are more chances to get pains in human body like Knee, back, chest, forehead, elbow, foot pains and etc.
coughing and coughing up blood, wheezing, chest pains or tightness of the chest and shortness of breath
If you're pregnant and having chest pains, you should seek medical attention immediately.
Chest pains so bad sometimes that you cant take deep breaths or the pains are much sharper These chest pains can last a few minutes or even up to an hour.I dont think its acid reflux. What could it be?
It could possibly be immflamation in the chest wall. All that you can really do is take Tylenol when the pain occurs and it will either go away eventually or it will be with you for the rest of your life.
When your rib cage grows inwards.
Signs of a heart problem.
Perhaps because your Thorax is at maximum expansion.
I drank an energy drink last night and now im having chest pains could the energy drink be the cause?
No it does say in wikepedia that it can be an allergic reaction that is creating the chest pains. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/5-Hour_Energy
No, gas pains generally do not radiate into the arm. It most likely that pains in the abdomen or chest that radiate to the arm are heart related rather than gas related.
I dont know what you mean by wind or acid... but most often pains in the chest signal an impending heart attack or GERD.... gastroesophageal reflux disease..... big word for excessive heartburn.
Chest wall pain is pain that is originated in the muscles and bones of the chest wall. It is not caused by your heart but is often mistaken for pains related to a heart attack.
Possibly a heart attack
you are having a heart attack
you should be taking aspirin or Motrin
Go to a doctor, just to be safe.
It could be indigestion, Heart burn or cardiac arrest
it means your on crack or meth.
Well you get stabbing pains in your chest, tetsy syndrome ?
If you are experiencing chest pains you should consult a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor) as soon as possible.
heartburn makes your chest pain. you can take some medicine from your doctor to help the swelling and fetique.
It would be unusual to describe pain as strangling. Generally speaking, even if you are in severe pain, it does not prevent you from breathing. Severe chest pains can be associated with heart disease, or broken ribs, or lung cancer, or various other diseases.
The most common cause of such "chest pains" would be due to esophageal refllux. However, in certain instances, especially in those individuals with significant cardiovascular risk factors or diagnosed coronary artery disease (for instance), caffeinated products (...and caffeine is a stimulant) can cause coronary artery spasm and angina. Therefore, if the chest pains are heavy, in the center of the chest (typically), and occur with numbness, pain or tingling of the jaw, shoulder, arm or… Read More
Chest pains in anyone at any age should be diagnosed by a medical professional. Please consult a doctor.