Hi...I am a 24 year old female.With no none heart problems I do have asthma and rheumatoid arthritis. My blood pressure lately seems to be low and causing me some problems it is 100/58 and just last night while at a movie. I got very dizzy and almost passed out I thought for sure I was going to lose conciousness,very scary feeling.. My heart at one point felt as if it was racing...I had this happen one other time during exercise.I often get chest pain that feels as though it is going into my neck and I get alot of pressure in my jaw??? I am very worried that this is a heart problem.But when I called the doc on call he assured me that it wasn't life threatening....I am not so sure of that...It is the day after this strange accurance and I am extremly weak and still feel dizzy... Should I get a second oppinion?Or is my Doc right it is nothing serious?
I am however very worried..
I think I should have gone to an ER But chose to wait it out...
Thank you Trish
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