Can a teenager have angina?

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Anonymous101
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   Posted 6/13/2012 7:08 PM (GMT -6)   
Im a 17 year old teenager whos 6 4 and 200 pounds and pretty active. I sufferer from daily chest pain which radiates to my upper back. and with physical activity i can feel my heart pounding out of my chest.
 
i have had many ECGS and xrays done andall was noral. Ultrasound and 24 hour holter monitor and all was normal. plase someone help me

stkitt
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   Posted 6/13/2012 7:41 PM (GMT -6)   
 
Did you talk with your Dr. re your concern - are you to young to have angina - he would be the one to give you the best answer. 
 
You may also have chest pain with anxiety so this would be another topic to discuss with your Dr.  Anxiety can be reduced by changing your lifestyle so please do check out this idea.
 
Kindly,
Kitt

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   Posted 6/26/2012 2:37 AM (GMT -6)   
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stkitt
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   Posted 6/26/2012 9:25 AM (GMT -6)   

On HealingWell we strive to seek a balance between alternative and traditional approaches. I feel strongly, both approaches have value for anyone seeking healing.

My edit concerned your posting that you were a professional and clearly posted that info in a thread , however, that post has been deleted so the full context of my edit is not here for members to see. 

Per HW rules and guidelines: 

If you are a medical professional, do not use the forums to distribute professional medical advice and/or promote your services.

NEVER rely on information or opinions exchanged to replace necessary, personal consultation(s) with qualified health or medical professionals to meet your individual health or medical needs. Remember that what's right or has worked for one person may not be what's right for you. 

Moderators have the right to edit or delete posts without prior notice that violate of the rules above. If you have a question for a moderator on a decision, you can email them and discuss it privately. They may not see things the same way you do, but they are open and approachable.

I am sure you meant well but perhaps did not review the rules and guidelines.  Medical professionals are required to leave their titles at the door and this has nothing to do with the fact that  you are actively employed or otherwise.  

There is no rule against discussing an alternative remedy. Discussions however, should be balanced and suggestions concerning the scientific validity of such remedies are open for discussion also. We are all entitled to our opinions and when those differ from one another, we can show respect even if we disagree.

I hope you choose to stay with us and participate in the forums.

Kindly,

Kitt


 
 

 



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