Fast Heart Rate, Low Blood Pressure?
, I just went to the doctor for a few days because my left chest hurt like a pinch, but it only hurts seconds. Earlier my blood pressure was 80/60 then I was put on ekg and the result was that my heart rate was fast but steady. The doctor asked me whether when I was at ekg I was nervous or not, I said yes. But earlier I remembered that I was really excited when I wanted to go ecg but I was trying to calm down. N nWhat I want to ask: n1. Is it possible that when I was at ekg I was still nervous even though I had tried to calm myself down, so my ecg results show a fast heart rate? N2. Does a fast heart rate but low blood pressure indicate heart disease? N nOh yes, for additional information, I have high stomach acid. Could it be that the pain in the chest was due to stomach acid?
Chest pain can be caused by various causes. From what you experience, chest pain that occurs within seconds is usually not a disease of the heart. Coronary heart disease does cause chest pain, but chest pain due to heart disease usually has the character of being hit by a heavy object, pain radiating to the left arm to the jaw, cold sweat, weakness, and pain lasting a matter of minutes not seconds.
From the situation you are experiencing, the chest pain may be caused by a disease called lambumg acid / GERD. GERD is a condition where there is an increase in stomach acid towards the throat. This can cause symptoms such as chest pain, heartburn, tightness, bitter tongue, nausea.
Some other causes of chest pain include:
heart valve disorders
EKG can be affected due to many factors, such as anxiety, tension, which can increase the heart rate that will be recorded on the EKG. Even though you have tried to calm yourself down, sometimes the heart still beats fast.
A fast heartbeat accompanied by low blood pressure can be caused by a disease as mentioned above.
Therefore, to ascertain the cause of the condition you are experiencing, you should check with a heart specialist so that the doctor can check your condition directly.
The following arithmetic you can read about chest pain
may be useful. thank you