Causes Of Chest Pain And Left Hand Pain With A History Of GERD?
In the afternoon I maw asking r nI sometimes have chest pain, sometimes the chest pain goes away the longest, and the left hand is sometimes painful but the seconds are also gone. Before that, I had a history of gerd .. What was my chest and hand pain. Due to coronary heart disease
Hello Awangbachtiar, Thank you for the question.
Which part of the chest pain do you have? When do these symptoms appear? Is it triggered by physical activity? What are the characteristics of chest pain that you feel? Do you have a history of other diseases such as hypertension or diabetes, a family history of heart disease, or smoking habits?
Chest pain can be caused by various disease conditions, one of which is coronary heart disease. Coronary heart disease is caused by disruption of blood flow to the coronary arteries so that the heart muscle does not get the necessary nutrients and oxygen. Some of the following things increase a person's risk of developing coronary heart disease: high blood pressure (hypertensin), diabetes, smoking habits, high cholesterol levels, obesity. Disruption of nutrient and oxygen intake to the heart muscle can cause this muscle to cause angina or heart attack. Both of these conditions have the same symptoms, namely left chest pain, which feels like being crushed or pressed by a heavy object, which can spread to the left arm, neck, or jaw, accompanied by other symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, dizziness. , limp. This chest pain is generally triggered by physical activity but there are also those that appear without a trigger that can last for some time, can disappear with rest but there are also those that do not disappear with rest.
Apart from angina and heart attacks, chest pain can be caused by other conditions such as acid reflux disease, pneumonia, tuberculosis, pleural effusion, costochondritis, muscle pain, and so on. To ascertain the cause of your complaint, further information is needed in relation to this complaint. Please consult your doctor directly. After asking about your complaint, the doctor will examine you and perform further tests such as a heart record (EKG) or X-rays. Then the doctor will determine the next treatment.
Please do the following suggestions to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease:
consume balanced nutritious foods, avoid ready-to-eat or canned foods, exercise regularly, avoid smoking, keep your body weight ideal, take hypertension and diabetes medications regularly if you have both conditions manage stress well Hopefully this information is useful.