I Am 41 years single virgin female. Working as Manager HR. Am in job for past 18 years had been active and healthy.A strange symptom of having sudden headache lead me to check BP its fluctuation is 110 by 70 to 160 by 100, With pelpetation and severe pain in left arm leading till heart. I took ARCINIC (ibroufine+pheduphine) for fever last week.AM I A HEART PATIENT OR IS IT MEDICINE ADVERSE EFFECT. PLEASE HELP. am overweight by 10 kg. Besides this back in 2006 I got my back legaments rupetured due to an injury caused by a bomb blast. Later I recovered but cannot bend properly as well as cannot walk much therefore had been keeping healthy eating Habits.
Still wait increased, tests are clear am vitamin D deficient, took impulses 6 months back from now.
Doctor please advice me remedy as this left arm pain and then rising of BP is very irksome for me and on sick leave for past 6 days.
Am I suffering from heart ailment??? Am very sensitive by nature just wanted to tell you so as to focus my case please.
How are you? Were you able to have your symptoms checked? While headache may be attributed to increased blood pressure, left arm pain could be due to a variety of issues such as musculoskeletal as well as neurological conditions. Heart problems can not be completely ruled out since referred pain to the left arm may be present along with chest pain. To determine the underlying cause, it is recommended that you have diagnostic tests done such as ECG and blood tests. Have this evaluated by your attending physician for proper diagnosis. Take care and do keep us posted.
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