I am a 28 year old female I am about 70 pounds overweight. In the past couple of months I have been experiencing discomfort in my left arm, and back, as well as an odd feeling of pressure, not pain, in my chest. I have noticed that when I excercise consistently for a week, these symptoms go away or become less apparent. However, if I begin to steer off a healthy diet and excercise ( I recently went on vacation), the issues seem to return. Most recently I have also been feeling a slight pressure in my left eye. Any ideas as to what might be wrong with me???
i would definetly go to the doctor ,i have a heart problem i was born with found out when i was eight long time ago,just go in and get what im sure they will do is a few test like ekg they might have walk on a treadmill and send you home with a monitor to wear for a day or two none of these test are a big deal then they see if theres anything wrong on the print outs ,i would just go for own piece mind,
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