RECIENTEMENTE ESTUVE VISITANDO A MI MEDICO GENERAL, DESPUES DE HABERME HECHO EL HOLTER, EL CUAL ARROYO QUE PODIA TENER UN BLOQUEO DE RAMA DERECHA, DICHO POR MI PSIQUIATRA, PERO CUANDO LA DRA. LO VIO, DIJO QUE NO ERA IMPORTANTE, QUE SOLO ERA DEBIDO A MIS PALPITACIONES, QUE ALCANZARON UN VALOR DE HASTA 152/MTS. NO ME INDICARON NADA PARA ESTO, PERO SI ME ME HARAN UN ECKOCARDIOGRAMA PARA DESCARTAR CUALQUIER POSIBILIDAD DE ALGO, YA QUE LOS ELECTROSCARDIOGRAMAS SALIAN BIEN Y SOLO CON LAS PALPITACIONES,
PERO EN EL DIA DE HOY IVA CAMINANDO Y DE REPENTE SENTI UN DOLOR EN EL PECHO, NO PODIA RESPIRAR Y SENTI LA PARTE IZQUIERDA DE MI PECHO COMO ENTUMESIDA, NO SENTIA SENSIBILIDAD, Y TENIA LAS PALPITACIONES MUY ACELERADA, CUANDO LLEGUE A LA CASA, TOMO MI PRESION ESTABA EN 153/94 Y EL PULSO EN 127. ESTE SERIA UN EPISODIO DE ANSIEDAD O QUE?
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