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... It started off with my heart skipping a beat and thumping painfully hard, combined with extreme dizziness, blurred vision, shortness of breath, weakness throughout my whole body. By the time it was over I'd feel completely exhausted and just want to sleep for the rest of the day. ... (2 replies)
... While exercising or playing sports i'll usually get sharp pains in my chest and neck, especially where the carotid arteries are located, accompanied with nausea, shortness of breath, and a fast irregular heart beat. ... (1 replies)
... l blood, leaving less oxygen in the circulation and this could cause more difficulty during exertion than for a person without that hole. Very rare complications of the PFO are heart attacks or strokes. ... (8 replies)

... The worst case scenario would be the pain is angina. This would indicate there is a lack of oxygen to the heart muscle. ... (8 replies)
... I would stop the exercise until you've been checked thoroughly by a cardiologist. The fact that you are having pain and shortness of breath while exercising is a warning. I'm not sure what you are asking when you said "Can exercise affect a heart attack? ... (11 replies)
... Thanks for your reply Machaon! I have tried several times to get off of atenolol chlorthalidone by going back to lisinipril, but I have horrible side effects.... ... (2 replies)
... If if only happens when you breath it is more likely muscle pain or pluersy. If it was your heart the pain would be there whether you took a deep breath or not. I would not worry about it unless it lasts and if it does go to a dr to check it out. ... (2 replies)
... While exercising last night, I experienced pain in that area. it's happened before, but it hasn't happened in a while. ... (2 replies)
... hormonal imbalance in the body can cause all kinds of problems. ... (8 replies)
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... I'm 22 years old and have been exercising since I was 14. ... (7 replies)
Beta blockers
May 16, 2005
... was seeing could not seem to come up with a reason for her having chest pain. She ended up at the Mayo Clinic and they are the ones who told her that the cause of her chest pain was the Toprol. I'm not sure of the reason she was originally put on the toprol and I don't know whether she was put on something else or not. ... (5 replies)
Heart Beating Hard
May 11, 2013
... Do you get any shortness of breath? ... (3 replies)
... up and brings upon shortness of breath due to tightness. ... (8 replies)
... After the hemoglobine stabilized I returned to exercise, namely walking and exercising the belly. But I think something is wrong with my body. ... (0 replies)
... ed. I suspect the medications might be causing it but cannot be sure. I am used to it now and it's not nearly as bad as it was last year. I have no prior history of any stomach problems. ... (52 replies)
... Pulmonry embolism can be ruled out as there is no shortness of breath. ... (4 replies)
... I sometimes get chest discomfort at different spots in my chest, best way to describe it is a gnawing feeling. This doesnt happen while exercising, and I have not experienced shortness of breath. I have had 2 EKG's and blood work done and my doctor says that everything appears normal. ... (4 replies)
... t would come on for about 5 to 10 minutes and then go away until the next month or so. It was never brought on by exertion. And I could never get to the Hospital while I was having the pain because it would be gone by the time I got there. ... (34 replies)
Stress test
Oct 10, 2006
... With an injection of an identifiable substance it is traced as it is distributed through the heart tissues while exercising. The objective is to observe any vessel blockage, poor circulation, etc. ... (5 replies)


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