Me llamo Yasna tengo 27 años, hace un año atrás más o menos, siento puntadas esporádicas y de poca duración en el lado izquierdo de mi pecho, por debajo del seno. El dolor suele desaparecer cuando oprimo ésta zona. y por lo general aparece en situaciones de reposo
Las alteraciones que arrojó Mi ECG fueron taquicardia sinusal y un bloqueo incompleto de la rama dercha, que están a la espera de ser confirmados por los exámenes.
Quisiera saber, si éste dolor tiene relación con el diagnóstico, si es tensional o muscular como he leido. y que medidas debo tomar
It's Spanish, and if my rusty skills are up to it, here is what he/she said:
"My name is Yasna and I am 27 years old. For a year, more or less, I have felt sporadic, brief, sharp pains on the left side of my chest, below the breast. The pain seems to disappear when I press on this area. And in general it comes on when I am at rest.
My EKG showed sinus tachycardia and an incomplete block of the 'right branch,' and these findings await confirmation by other tests.
I would like to know if this pain is related to my diagnosis, or if it is the result of tension or is muscular, as I have read. And also what measures I should take."
Alas, my Spanish isn't good enough to offer Yasna any advice in that language.
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