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... Yes the dull, achy, heavy chest pains are from blockages or from Epigastric upset. ... (14 replies)
... well heres an update, am off celebrex cardio. doc. risk wasn't worth the benifit. also for chest pains am now taking isosorbide 30 mg. qd. am on it a week and it seems to be helping th. then went to se e family doc . ... (14 replies)
... Blu, any update on your chest pains? ... (14 replies)

... After my stent was placed I soon began to have symptoms. I went back in and the did an angiogram. The stented area had some scarring and was narrowed to 40%. I was told I shouldn't be having symptoms from that degree of narrowing. Went back in a few weeks later had another angiogram and area had narrowed to 60%. Again told I should not be having symptoms at that degree of... (14 replies)
... yes , was in the hospital after the stent , had stress test , but nothing showwd up , ekg was normal as well, just have this achy feeling unlying feeling can't quite call it pain but now it sort feels like it seems to go through towards my back too .they look at you like you are crazy . ... (14 replies)
... as coating on it , Yes I've had to take nitro ended up in hospital once , had chemical stress test which was negative . a few weeks later had some really bad chest pains , that had me grabbing at my chest and almost took my breathe away, took 3 nitros , that relieved the pain and was ok . ... (14 replies)
... It comes and goes throughout the day and is never really painful just achy if you know what i mean? ... (3 replies)
... I had an episode, again, a few days ago with that achy feeling of the jaw and mouth and fainting feeling. My chest feels congested, still. ... (5 replies)
... Its more like a dull achy, sometimes sharp pain. If I press on the spot it usually gets worse until I massage it away. Thank you so much for your reply! (2 replies)
... A few years ago I went to the ER with chest pains and a shortness of breath, anxiety, and was having panic attacks. ... (4 replies)
... g, shortness of breath, all the anxiety symptoms. The ER staff didn't take any chances and took me right away and hooked me up to monitors, etc. They did an EKG, chest xray, cardiac enzymes, everything was normal. However I have PVC's and, of course, they were really acting up getting me more anxious. ... (1 replies)
... Throbbing and achy. Almost like a pulled muscle. (7 replies)
... I am glad to see that you made it through, Plavix. When you say intense, was it shooting pain, throbbing or achy? Also, do you still have pain after the MI, and, if so, what does that feel like? Thanks again. (7 replies)
... Well, my pain is not really pain. It is more of an achy discomfort that I feel on the left side more in the morning that at other times of the day. ... (7 replies)
... d too, it seems to happen more often. It feels like a seizing up right inside my ribcage. There's no pain in my left arm, or in my neck or anything, just in my chest and into my breast. It is not tender to the touch at all though. It feels like a charlie horse inside my chest. Only sharp and achy. ... (6 replies)
... There was a pressure pain freeling in the left chest area. It grew worse and then felt like multiple spams several inches below the breatbone. ... (5 replies)
... I after a MI 6 years ago and a stent inplanted still have simular pains and all Dr's say it's not my heart but the muscle pulling from my chest bone, there's a name for it? ... (5 replies)
... or discomfort in chest and left arm approx 4 years ago. ... (5 replies)
... I get a burning in my chest and usually cough some. It just turned cold and dry up here in ATL and I think its just some chest congestion. ... (8 replies)
... i am a 32 year old female, and for the last 4 years i have been having recurring chest pain.. right in between my breasts.. not a sharp pain,but this achy heavy feeling,the only thing that makes it go away is going to lay down for a few min.. ... (5 replies)




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