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jjjohn
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   Posted 10/31/2010 10:53 AM (GMT -7)   
Just had angiogram and cardiologist told me it was clear, and that my chest pain I am experiencing on exertion and the cold is not heart related.   The problem is that my pain is worse in the cold and when I walk fast.  Can anyone tell me what else could be causing this.  I constantly have a high pulse of over 100 and also have sinus tachycardia. I also have been having seizures which seem to have come about due to exertion, however dr disagree and say it is just co insidence
 
 
 
 

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   Posted 10/31/2010 1:15 PM (GMT -7)   
Hello and welcome to HealingWell !
 
What did your Dr. tell you was causing you problems if it was not heart related ?  If it is worse in the cold weather and when you are more active then you should find a Doctor that is willing to look for the cause of this pain.  Perhaps a new Dr. would be called for in your case. 
 
Do you have a seizure disorder or other diagnosis that may be causing issues for you ?  Are you on seizure medication ?
 
Again a warm welcome,
 
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jjjohn
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   Posted 10/31/2010 1:40 PM (GMT -7)   
Not on any medication for seizures as yet still awaiting further tests. and dr is referring me to a chest pain clinic.
But pain definately gets worse in the cold weather and when walking fast.  I need to use spray to ease chest sometimes.
Forgot to mention I also had full arm parylisis which lasted over month without being able to use arm or feelings in it, could not feel hot or cold on it either.
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