Pain In The Chest Area Like Being Pricked?
There is a friend of mine who likes heart disease, sometimes likes to get a little stabbed or ever got sick, but not until seizures or fainting, I want to ask why it happened? My friend asked to be asked
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Need to be clarified, where did you know that the pain that your colleague experienced was from the heart? Has he seen a doctor and been diagnosed with heart disease?
Pain in the chest area like being pricked does not always indicate interference with the heart. There are many components in the chest, including the lungs, stomach, ribs, and so on. Each of the components above, if experiencing interference, can also trigger pain in the chest.
Here are some conditions that often trigger pain such as being stabbed in the chest area:
Pleuritis (inflammation of the lining of the lung) Fibromyalgia (musculoskeletal pain that appears accompanied by fatigue, memory loss, mood, and sleep patterns) Nerve nerves, can be due to injuries, tumors, or also infections that suppress the nerves Gastritis (inflammation of the stomach mucosa) GERD (mood gastroesophageal reflux disease) Deficiency of neurotrophic vitamins and minerals Others, for example heart attacks, peptic ulcers, pneumonia, bronchitis, skin infections around the chest, chest injuries, pericarditis, panic attacks, psychosomatic disorders, etc. Although not to cause seizures or fainting, if the chest pain that your colleague experiences is very often repeated so that it interferes with daily activities, it would not hurt you to invite him to check his complaints directly to the doctor or specialist in internal medicine to be handled well, yes .. In the initial stages, often the doctor will give first several types medication adjusted for the suspicion of the disease. However, if the condition is felt to be burdensome, your doctor may also direct your colleague to undergo an x-ray examination, heart record, ultrasound, endoscopy, and so on.
As a first step to relieve pain, your colleague can first compress his chest using a warm compress. Avoid carelessly ordering or taking any medication without a doctor's recommendation. Also encourage your colleagues to eat more discipline, drink enough, sleep regularly, and exercise regularly.
Hope this helps ...