Thank you for your response. Take care and it is good advice to diet, exercise and reduce stress. Take care and thanks for sharing.
Thanks all for your responses...An angiogram was done....As my cardiologist said it was not a heart attack but i visited her office so as to be sure..The same again diet excercise and no stress
Thanks for your help
I agree with Ally that a heart disorder does not have a symptom of deep breathing pain, but the condition can be serious such as lung embolism, pleurisy, etc. and requires continued professional consultation and treatment, and a respiratory problem can be concomitant with a heart disorder as well...digestive disorder can be secondary to a heart problem or in itself a serious GI problem.
There is agreement to listen to your doctor regarding your condition and follow the advice. Do you have two doctors? As heartfluttersflyawayplz asks what tests have been done?
Actually the basic problem starts when we are not havin proper healthy meals & proper sleep.
The young generation is a fast food generation & you know fast food is not healthy. Just maintain your deit. You said you vommited twice feelin nauseated is one of the symtoms of a heart attack.
You're young & believe me it is easier for you to get rid of this problem. Eat fruits & lots of vegies avoid fatty food. You'll be fine =)
i would see my cardio dr to see what happen, you are way to young to be going throught this. you need to make the life changes so you can live a long full life. what test did they run to see your blockages and what degree were they than. why did they not put you on meds for your bp and chol and blockages. this i would be asking. plz go get checked.
You should be seen in any case. With heart attacks deep breathing doesn't normally cause the pain to worsen, but you should at least contact your doctor. Explain these to him. It's imperative that you make the lifestyle changes your doctor advises now. Take care, Ally