What is the pain in the heart

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answered by FRANCIS
Heart pain is a kind of disease, with high incidence and later recurrence. Many people have pleura pain, some people think it is heart disease! But more people still don't ask. Chest pain can cause many diseases, such as arteriosclerosis, myocarditis, angina, childhood asthma, pericardial effusion, coronary heart disease, and so on. The pain in the heart is usually the pain behind the sternum. The common cause of chest pain is generally in the case of excessive fatigue and emotional excitement. The general performance of the left chest pressing pain, pain etc.. The pain of varying duration
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answered by GAYLE
First: if the pain in the chest is aggravated by deep breathing and coughing, it may be that the pleura has inflammation. In this period of time, it is said that the pain may move from one position to another. If you are not good, you usually take the chest CT. If you find a breath, chest pain, cough, chest tightness, the phenomenon of the case may be.
Second: if that is the chest wall disease caused by the chest pain, there should be a local rash or redness and swelling. If there is a burning pain, it is usually caused by esophagitis. A burst like a needle pain, there may be intercostal neuritis. If he had angina, he had a pain in the back of his chest and his left shoulder.
Third: if the heart attack must be immediately oxygen rest under the tongue with nitroglycerin, if pleurisy or other chest pain, you can hand hold the place of pain, and then immediately go to the hospital to do a series of ECG and other symptomatic treatment.
Matters needing attention
If the pain worsens and deteriorates, it will last for more than half an hour. If there are symptoms of nausea and vomiting, we must be alert to the possibility of acute myocardial infarction. We should go to the hospital as soon as possible. Do not delay the time of treatment
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answered by LORA
Is a group of angina pectoris due to acute transient myocardial ischemia, the syndrome: (1) burning pain in the chest oppression feeling of suffocation, fullness, severe, general pain lasting for 1-5 minutes, occasionally up to 15 minutes, can be relieved; (2) pain radiating to the left shoulder, left front medial to the little finger and the ring finger; (3) the pain in the heart burden (such as increased physical activity, excessive mental stimulation and cold) when the emergence of nitroglycerin after a few minutes can disappear at rest or sublingual; (4) the onset of pain, may be associated with (or without) collapse, sweating, anxiety, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, nausea or dizziness symptoms.
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