Dizziness Accompanied By Left Chest Is Often Painful And Cramps At The Age Of 18 Years?
Hello, I am 18 years old from Wulan. From 10 years old until now my left chest often aches accompanied by cramps in the left side of the body, from the head to the legs. The lower abdomen also often aches and chills of blood even though I am not menstruating. I’ve checked into doctor, my doctor said that I have stomach acid, I also often go to the hospital, this past few weeks my head is often dizzy, I feel like I want to faint, if I exercise too much my body feels weak and dizzy. why yes. thank you.
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There are several possibilities that can cause complaints of left chest pain that radiates to the left abdomen, including problems with:
Gastrointestinal tract, usually caused by an increase in gastric acid into the esophagus, characteristic of chest pain that is a burning sensation or like burning in the chest, heartburn, acidic / bitter taste in the mouth, stomach feels crisp, symptoms of weight after eating or lying down for a long time Muscle / bone, characteristics of chest pain that is heavy if a certain part of the chest is pressed, can be related to a history of trauma or severe physical activity Lung, the characteristics of chest pain that is mainly felt when breathing in, accompanied by symptoms of tightness, chest tightness, coughing, cardiac fever, characteristic of pain are feels as if it has been hit by a heavy burden / squeezed, spreading to the left shoulder / neck / jaw / left arm, aggravated by physical / emotional activity, improved with rest or use of nitrate drugs, accompanying symptoms of cold sweat / nausea / vomiting / difficulty breathing; risk factors include smoking, obesity, lack of physical activity, high blood pressure, diabetes mellitus, old age, and a history of coronary heart disease in first-line families (biological parents, siblings) at a young age (<55 years in men, < 65 years in women) Psychological, is a cause of chest pain that is thought about if other possible causes have been removed. We recommend that you immediately consult a doctor or specialist in internal medicine so that the underlying cause of complaints of chest pain can be identified and treated appropriately. In addition to a systematic history and physical examination, the doctor may plan a supportive examination according to the medical indications found, for example: heart record (ECG), chest x-ray, blood examination, or gastrointestinal endoscopy.
As a suggestion, you are advised to avoid smoking or drinking alcohol. If your condition has been declared stable by your doctor, you are also advised to maintain your body weight in the normal range with lifestyle modifications, including regular consumption of balanced nutritious foods and regular exercise (consult with your doctor about a physical exercise program that suits your health conditions).
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