Frequent Chest Pain And Dizziness, Especially When Coughing?

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I want to ask about a week, I often feel pain in the chest, pain and dizziness, what else when coughing. r nWhat is one of the symptoms of heart disease?

1 Answer:

Hello Tikha,

Pain in the chest can arise due to several conditions, including:

Digestive disorders such as stomach ulcers or acid reflux disease Respiratory disorders such as respiratory infections, asthma, coughs and others Heart problems Stress or anxiety Injury to bones, muscles or nerves around the chest Liver disorders For that it is necessary to find out other symptoms that arise, triggers for symptoms and things that relieve symptoms. Try not to skip meals, get enough rest, manage stress well and so on.

Also consult your doctor if the complaints do not decrease or even get worse so that the cause can be found. The doctor will later perform physical and supporting examinations such as blood labs, x-rays, heart records or other examinations needed to determine the cause.

May be useful,

dr. Adhi P.

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