mild chest pain comes and goes. palpatations. fatigue in arms. cold fingers and toes. prescribed high blood pressure/beta blocker 50mg atenolol. spilt seconds sights of movement in my enviroment but not acutal movement. not worse with activity or rest. had 3 ekg's all come back good. tested for diabets/thyroid blood work done came back good. chest xray came back good. this has been going on since early march. i did smoke marijuana on a daily basis have not since symptoms began. 1st ER visit heart rate of 179bpm, chest pain. dizzy. lightheaded. er doc told me i had anxiety attack and sent me away. 2 weeks later chest pain brought me to leave work and head for another er visit. told me i had pleuorisy. take 800mg of ibuprofen daily and your good to go. still chest pain is persistant.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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