Causes Neck Pain, Chest To The Arms And Palpitations?
Good luck doc. Here is a symptom experienced by me. 1. chest pain … take a breath of back pain. Back pain from the nape of the neck to the left and right shoulder blades, sometimes up to the arm 3. the hands feel ants 24. feel palpitations, the heart beats a beat 5 . tight, dry taste 6. nausea, loya7. Muscles and joints hurt, especially in the calves and fingers28. Headache, especially on the forehead9. When symptoms come, Doctor is very uncomfortable, at what point do I really apply? Because if I look at these symptoms, I look like there are symptoms of heart disease, joint pain (arthiritis), back pain and anxiety … To my knowledge, I have multinodular goitre and my thyroid blood is normal … (no hyper or hypo thyroid) doc what treatment can I do to impress what my illness really is … thank you doc
Good morning, thanks for the question
Heart attack is a symptom arising from a sudden decrease in oxygen intake to the heart muscle due to the release of fat plaque in the walls of the heart arteries, causing acute damage to the heart muscle. Typical chest pain, called angina pectoris, has specific symptoms including:
1. Left chest pain that is very heavy, blunt, and can spread to the neck and left arm
2. Shortness of breath
3. Cold sweat
Risk factors for angina pectoris include:
1. Male sex
2. Old age
3. History of high blood pressure
4. History of high cholesterol
5. History of diabetes
7. Family history of heart attacks
If you experience typical chest pain complaints as above, either after heavy or light activities you should do further tests with a doctor at the hospital. The follow-up examination in the form of a general physical examination, heart record, treadmill, blood tests, to echocardiography to assess abnormalities and function of the heart. In the future, if a blockage is found in coronary arteries, further therapy is needed to stabilize plaque, prevent the formation of new plaque, and overcome complaints of chest pain.
Other conditions that have complaints of cries with angina pectoris such as costchondritis, pancreatitis, gastric acid reflux, and so forth. Therefore, do not hesitate to check with your doctor to confirm the diagnosis of the current complaint so that treatment can be more directed.
That's all, hope you can help.