Burning chest disconfort, needle nerve pain in my heart.
Recent stress at work may have triggered me to have a heart palpatation, burning chest disconfort, dizziness, and needle like pain in my heart. I do also suffer from uticaria / chronic hives. I am was wondering if anyone sufferring from anxiety have these symptoms. I do plan to visit my doctor in the next two day. Previous cardiologist visit for Stress test and EKG were OK. Any advice from this forum is well appreciated.
No, I have to had history of anxiety in the past. Doctor just did another EKG today to compare from last year's results. The EKG shows normal. He prescribed me Beta Blocker to slow the heart rate. I think the meds should help with my heart palpatations.
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