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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:11 PM (GMT -7)   
Hey All, I picked up the new posts from today and put them here so we would have a current thread on Chest Pain :-)
Thanks Lyn, great idea.
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Posted 2/6/2008 by lisag67

It's good to know that I'm not the only one suffering from this! Not that I would want anyone else to have to go through this! It's really scary, especially when people around you don't know what's happening.  My fiance was kind of sceptical when I first starting having these attacks. I really think he believed I was faking them for attention. It got so bad, I wouldn't let him know I was having one.
 
I'm scheduled to see a heart specialist because one of my co-workers had the same symptoms and her doctor sent her to a heart specialist and she found out she was having what's called "SVT- supraventricular tachycardia".  Before she went to the heart specialist, her doctor had put her on metropolol.  That's what I take for my panic attacks.  The heart specialist did something and she hasn't had anymore problems. I'll keep you posted to what happens! The reason I want to see a heart specialist is to rule out anything else. I don't want to take blood pressure medicine and Zoloft for the rest of my life - not if it's something else that's wrong with me!
 
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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:16 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted 2/6/08

Lisa
Welcome to Healing Well and the A & P forum.  Good to hear you are going to follow up with a Cardiologist.
Post and let us know what you find out.
You may want to start your own thread if your comfortable.  Just click on the new topic button and a sceen will open for you.  It helps if you give a title to your topic. :)

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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:17 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted by Chris 711 on 02/06/2008

I've experienced this too.

I get the impression there are an unusually high percentage of younger people and men who get this compared to some anxiety problems. Probably reading too much into it, but it might be relevant....

Anyway, I've had various pseudo-cardiac symptoms, but an ECG, blood test and BP check have all come back ok, plus I'm mid twenties, average weight, non-smoker, light drinker and pretty fit. I still get flutters or strange pains from time to time, but they seem to be MUCH LESS now my anxiety has eased somewhat.

There are various things it could be (all mentioned here before - GERD, Costochondritis etc.), but if you've been checked out by a doctor my advice would be to avoid searching out what the cause is and just focus on the fact it's not dangerous. I know this is easier said than done, but if the doctor has confirmed it's not harmful it is most likely caused or atleast agrievated by anxiety. The big break for me was when I was checked out by the doctor (not for the first time!) and confirmed it was safe to get back into excercise. I got back on my mountain bike for the first time in months and rode until I was exhausted! It really helped.

I also found the various 'new age' remedies to be pretty helpful - aromatherapy, meditation, breathing excercises. My best tip for easing panic attacks is to concentrate on breathing from your diaphram - the best way to describe it is to breathe in such a way that your stomach moves, but your chest doesn't.


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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:19 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted by jermsquatch  2/7/08
These chest pains have been affecting me pretty seriously over the past months. I have had these pains before but lately they have been getting to me. I do believe I have some kind of anxiety disorder, which would make sense (my mother has chemical imbalances in her brain). As a lot of you mentioned you fear the idea of heart attack or death which is what plagues me during these pains. It is very scary and over the last couple days i have become very worked up about it I feel as if my anxiety level has gone through the roof. Once I came across this forum I felt a sense of ease and it has helped me calm down.

Right now im on my way to the pharmacy in town ( they claim to have some natural medicines that can help my anxiety ) so I'll let you all know how that goes. I havn't ended up in the ER yet but I know it could happen and has come close simply due to me freaking out. I have been to the doctor but I would like to go back for Xrays or whatever I think will give me some peace of mind!!

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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:22 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted by bunnylbwski  2/7/08
I know I'm basically reiterating what everyone else has said, but each post gave me some comfort, so I figured I'd put in my two cents.

I'm a 21 year old female and have been experiencing almost ALL of the symptoms put on here. I've been off and on depressed since a completely unrelated illness was diagnosed about three years ago but never experienced anxiety till about a year ago. I'm not even sure exactly how it started but first I was unable to sleep at night, then it was heart palpitations...I was a wreck. I went home from college from two months and the conditions practically disappeared.

Went back to school, and within a month or two different symptoms came back. Chest pain on both sides of my chest, sometimes my arms, sometimes my heart felt like it skipped a beat, pain in my neck, shoulders etc. I got an EKG done and results said I had slight thickening of an artery, but not enough to be dangerous, in fact many people are like that. After experiencing some other symptoms I eventually did a 24 hour heart monitor--everything was normal.


I'm pretty sure I've had iatrophobia (fear of doctors) ever since that original diagnosis. I was never really unhealthy growing up, and since then I believe I've just convinced myself that I am unhealthy, that something has gone wrong or that something will go wrong. I DREAD the doctor (and I have to see different specialists every six months or so) and am usually dishonest about how I'm feeling with family and doctors for fear of another diagnosis that I don't believe I could deal with.

Like other people on here, these feelings usually (but not always) when I'm relaxed and not busy. When I'm busy doing stuff, I usually don't notice anything.
I know I'm going to have to go to the doctor eventually to really make sure there's nothing wrong, but it helps TREMENDOUSLY to read all these other posts. It's a scary thing to deal with all alone and I know when I try to self-diagnose, I come up with the worst outcomes possible.

So thanks for sharing.

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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:23 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted by Pannike  2/8/2008

HI Clash and Jay 07 nice to meet you guys!!! I have been having P/A for about 11 years now and have experienced much of what you guys are saying! The chest pain i dont get that often but i have waken up in the middle of the night with cold sweats and heart palps.It is a very scary feeling! It's funny when i read your thread clash i remember thinking that sounds like gas and then someone else said it.There are many times when you have gas and it will cause those intense sharp pains.Gas can set up just about anywhere including your lower back,I had that problem last year! I thought it was something worse because of the way it felt and was relieved to find out it was only gas! Sounds like you have had a good work up as far as having your heart checked out! I dont think it is your heart being that you've had so many test, it sound like anxiety! Like brittain said up above with P/A you can feel a pain and you will over react and make it into more than what it is and can sometimes make the situation worse! The key thing for me is when you said one time you were having the pain and went to the ER and when you got there the pain stopped. That happened probably because it was anxiety and the thought of knowing that you were now at the ER eased your mind and your nerves. Because if it was something else no matter if you were at the ER or not you probably would have still been in pain! If it is P/A like brittain said you have to talk to yourself and assure yourself that you are not in danger and everything will be ok because it usually is. I really think that is what it is being that i have been dealing with it for so long! But i'm not an expert, so like everyone has said keep getting checked until you think everything is ok!GOOD LUCK I HOPE YOU FEEL BETTER AND EVERYONE ELSE TOO!!!

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   Posted 2/7/2008 10:26 PM (GMT -7)   
Posted by Howlyncat  2/7/2008

Great input and so true IMHO
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Okey Dokey peeps, I have moved all the newest posts to this thread so you could have a fresh start.  :-)   I hope this is what you meant Lyn.  I should have thought of this.

I guess I am just wore out today with Pdoc and all. It is late now, so sleep well all.
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Hello everyone, I just signed up for this forum. I came across it today and have expeirenced alot of the same symptoms. Last month I went to the ER with chest pain, right in the center towrds the left just a tad. They did the ekg/blood work/stress test/chest xray/and the ultrasound. The bloodwork was normal, but my ekg was abnormal. Bloodpressure was high and my heart is slightly enlarged. But the DR wasnt real worried about it, because im 22 years old, no family history of heart problems. And I passed the stresstest..so they diagnosed it as gurd. I took medication for it, and the pain went away. But I am alittle bit overweight and had a stressful job, living situation. So when I was released from the hospital, I convinced myself it was my heart and that they did not catch it. So of course I get home read all the symptoms of heart attacks and angina,on the internet... pain in arms, back, chest. And I think I developed those symptoms after reading it. Because I never had any pains in those areas before I went to the ER. I made an appt with the famiily DR, told him my symptoms, and he told me it was anxiety and put me on prozac. And he said my good cholestrol was very ver low and gave me vitamins for it. And that I needed to lose weight so he put me on a diet of no sodium and alot of fat free food. The prozac seemed to work alittle bit, but then the pains in my arms and back came back. So he put me on stronger prozac, im still having pain, even on the right side of my chest. Doc says prozac takes 2-3 weeks to kick in, im just hopin after another week these symptoms go away, because its real scary. Sometimes I cant even sleep because of the fear of never waking up. But seeing this forum put me at ease alittle. So thanks everyone, hope everyones doin good. Anxiety is one mean SOB

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   Posted 2/9/2008 1:14 PM (GMT -7)   

Dray13
Welcome to HealingWell and the A & P Forum.  I am Kitt and I am so glad to hear you read the threads here and the information was helpful to you. 

Symptoms of a panic attack include intense fear accompanied by chest pain, rapid heartbeat, rapid breathing (hyperventilation), profuse sweating and shortness of breath. It is easy to see why you think and feel your sx are cardiac but remember to try the relaxation techniques, deep breathing, music therapy, meditation or whatever works for you. 
I am so happy you have joined us and you will find the members here warm and caring so stay with us and let us help you.

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   Posted 2/9/2008 9:22 PM (GMT -7)   
thanks kitt, while reading this I saw the people here were very caring. So that helped out when making the decision to join this particular forum. Thank you for the advice. I am now trying deep breathing exercises, it seems to work abit. I just started going to the gym everyday, while im there I feel no pain, which is great. But it all comes back when im home, sitting around. But thanks again for the advice, if anyone has anymore advice ill glady take it and I'll help anyone else out who needs some as well. Thank you, Daniel

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   Posted 7/10/2008 7:42 PM (GMT -7)   
tallonPBS said...
 3/03/08
Thank God someone else has had the same problems.  Every now and then, starting a week ago, I get these sharp and quick pains in right behind my breastbone.  I get these pains maybe twice a day, and then they disappear, usually for the rest of the day.  It also happens more frequently an hour after I have eaten.  Like yourself, I convinced myself I was going to die.  I used to take meds for anxiety (Paxil) but I have been off the meds for over a year and I do not get panic attacks anymore, or so I think.  I am a 30 year old man with excellent blood pressure, a new diet, and I exercise 3 times a week (although I am 30 pounds overweight).  I do have high cholesterol but I am on meds for it.  I also have acid reflux disease but I have been taking Nexium for 3 months and it helps enormously.  I'm going to my doctor on Thursday, but I'm hoping it's just hiatal hernia or GERD.  Even though I get these pains, I do not get other symptoms of a heart attack (i.e. sweating, nausea, vomiting, left arm numbness and/or jaw pains).  Any ideas/suggestions? 

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   Posted 7/10/2008 7:47 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello, I am Kitt.  You've come to the right place to find people that have a good idea of what you're going through. I look forward to seeing you around.
I have moved your post to the current thread on chest pain: Part 2. :-)
Predaphin said...on 7/10/2008 at 1830
Is Clash and Jay 07 still around????

I could not believe how much are symptoms are so alike. With the exception that I have began to sometimes feel like I am not breathing as soon as I fall asleep. I am really scared I may have angina. I am an obese male (29 yrs old, 5'9, 250 lbs at one point but am down to 240 lbs now), smoked pot ALOT for the past 2 years, have been inactive at work and home for the past 2 years.....now I suffer from chest pains and I quit smoking back in mid-may. I've noticed the pains came on a few days after quitting smoking.

I have undergone the following tests:

3 resting EKG's
Blood test
Chest X-ray
Stress test
Holtor Monitor

All test have came up normal. However, I am still getting major sharp, shocking, spasm, dull & achy chest pains. They seem to come on more intense at night, at times waking me up, but can also feel them throughtout the day only not as intense. The weird thing is I can run on a treadmill for 40 mins or play 4 games of basketball full court and not feel any pain, yet when I have sex I can sometimes feel minimal pain upon completion. I have recently been referred to a cardiologist for possible further testing.

My Nurse practioner says she is daiognosing me with anxiety as all test have came back normal.


 

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   Posted 7/10/2008 7:54 PM (GMT -7)   

Predaphin

Hello and you will find lots of members of A & P with sx of chest pain, however, with any chest pain you should rule out any cardiac condition. Your NP may be right but I would follow up with a good cardiologist if I was in your position.
I do not know if any of the members you ask about are still posting.  We do have other threads on chest pain you may want to read.
 
Here are just a couple links you may find interesting.
 
 
Can anxiety cause chest pain, from all I know yes it can and just about any other sx.  I am glad you found our forum so stick with us as we love new members.
 
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First off, thank you for this forum, its a great community. I was surprised to know there are so many people with the same symptoms as me (I was also a bit reassured and I am hoping all this may just be anxiety)- I've been experiencing dull chest pain, sometimes radiating towards the left arm, sometimes to the shoulders or the collarbone, sometimes I feel it in the upper back. Also, sometimes get palpitations and this feeling of heart skipping a beat or flopping around and this warmth on the upper left chest or back shoulders. A couple of times, I woke up from sleep with palpitations but from what I can remember, I had some dream or anxious thoughts. I also have some amount of acid reflux but I can't imagine that everrytime I get these symptoms, its due to reflux. Today after brief episodes of palpitations over a period of hours, the pain is now in my left arm biceps.

Dr. did EKG a few times, did a stress test and everything came out normal. The only consistent trigger seems to be stress (at work) or emotional stress (usually family related) but sometimes I get it out of the blue without any apparent trigger. So, obviously worried. One thing that worries me is that I did not read any posts in this thread where some one had a conclusive diagnosis about the cause of such symptoms. If anyone has luck with their diagnosis or treatment, please share your experiences.

God bless everyone!


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Faith-in-Him
 
Welcome to HealingWell and the A & P forum.  I am sure you will find some members that will respond to your question :-) .
 
The members here are very caring and supportive and I am extremely happy to have you join us.  We are family here and you are now part of the A & P family.
 
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   Posted 7/29/2008 1:14 PM (GMT -7)   
I got chest pains a lot and even had EKG's and all kinds of tests.... I was considered to be fine. then many years later I have anxiety disorder and the chest pains seem to happen less when I am on meds and doing well. the last few days I have felt the pressure cause my new med is not working as much as it should then i worry and then the worry can cause the pressure in the chest.... it sucks.
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Thank you Kitt.

Karen, I am sorry to hear that you are also suffering through this, I hope you will feel better. Yesterday was my first time seriously researching about anxiety etc because my anxiety got to a peak after I started worrying about my chest pain; its like a bad spiral- I start worrying about my chest pain which in turn makes the chest pain worse and so on... After I went for a stroll (after dinner), I calmed down a bit but I still had chest pain today at work. I really pray that its all just from anxiety and not something serious.

During my research, I encountered a book named "Panic Away" on the internet, does anyone have any experience with that? or any other resource to control anxiety? I am also considering talking to a therapist.

Godbless!

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   Posted 7/30/2008 9:09 AM (GMT -7)   
Chest pains can be very scary. In the past year I've been to the ER or called EMS about 7 times due to panic attacks w/chest/arm pain. I've had both a treadmill and thalium dye treadmill test and my cardiologist said my heart was in good shape. Prior to my attacks, I was an avid runner, personal fitness trainer and ate very well. It's been very challenging after my UC diagnosis in 2004 and all came to a head last year when the panic attacks started. I dont see anything wrong w/people asking to have their heart checked just to rule it out...especially for women since heart disease is the #1 killer and female heart symptoms differ greatly from men. It's better to be safe and will put your mind at ease so the attacks are more manageable (not to mention saving yo $$ on ER trips).
 
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I would agree get checked out. I did and found out my ticker was doing ok, it was my mind that was a little off :)

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   Posted 9/2/2008 7:31 PM (GMT -7)   
bigcc said...
This thread is so comforting to read. I have chest pains (that I have had checked out by many different doctors who say there is nothing wrong with my heart) that I think develp because of my generalized anxiety. Then after I have a pain I start to been my panic. Sometimes I can stop the panic using relaxation techniques, and other times not so much. It is just reassuring to know that others experience the same thing from anxiety and it isn't something worse such as heart disease. Just if I could get over my "trigger" the chest pain.

CC
I moved your post  to the new part 2 thread.
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I get the left chest ache for a week or two, then it goes away. I also had a ekg, went to a cardio. He said he wasn't worried it was my heart. But believed it was muscular...I tell ya, ya pay all this money and get no relief...All I want is some answers...

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   Posted 9/3/2008 4:31 PM (GMT -7)   

Hey there

There are lots of good posts in this thread as well as in the Part One thread. Chest discomfort can be a sx of anxiety.

Did you have a stress test or echocardiogram ?  If this continues to be a concern you could seek out the opinion of another physician.

I know how frustrating the big clinic bills can be.

Keep posting and know we care.

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