Penetrating Chest Pain Accompanied By Pain In The Maxilla?
Good morning. I want to ask. Lately, I feel pain in the chest but more often next to and penetrate to the back of the lapse of the next time the pain in the upper jaw. That’s why? Thanks. Good morning
Pain in the chest area can be caused by various causes, chest pain should not be underestimated and should be examined by a doctor directly.
From the situation that you are experiencing, pain in the chest that radiates backwards and radiates to the upper jaw may be caused by a coronary heart disease. Coronary heart disease is a condition where there is a blockage in the coronary arteries causing oxygen supply and oxygen demand for heart muscle is not balanced. This often happens to people who have risk factors such as smoking, obesity, high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, diabetes. Coronary heart disease can be dangerous and life threatening. CHD can cause symptoms such as:
chest pain such as pressure, or heavy objects. Pain can spread to the back, left arm, jaw.
pain usually triggered physical or emotional activity
palpitations, weakness, cold sweat, heartburn
out of breath
But other than that the situation that you experience can also be caused by other causes such as:
lung infections such as tuberculosis
pericarditis / inflammation of the heart lining
GERD / stomach acid disease
therefore to determine the cause of the situation that you are experiencing, you should check yourself directly to a cardiologist so that your doctor can examine your situation further. Perhaps additional tests will be carried out such as blood tests, ecg.
The following article you can read about chest pain
hopefully useful., thank you