I know I've posted a bit the last while, but last night I got really worried. I went for a walk because my heart felt weird and was thumping. Constantly is. And I started getting chest pain. Not in the typical areas of course, but of course it's me, a heart worrier, so I was terrified. Mostly because I also felt just unbelieveably exhausted, which is a symptom of heart attack, all be it atypical. I rested for a while, called up a health line, and they told me to go to ER. They did the troponin tests and ECG and cleared me, but I just still feel unbelievably horrible. I've felt terrible during my disorder, but it's never been this bad where I've actually been truly worried that something is going on.
I was on a low carb diet to lose weight, and then did, and now i've been gradually exiting with good grains and such. Around April to now I've noticed my symptoms getting worse. I could hear my heart beat quite loudly, which I attributed to a million different things. I've stupidly taken Klonopin sometimes over what I should. About 4 mg. And they still did not calm that heart beat. I've been terrified about a blockage since the low carb diet had an emphasis on fat. Though, my Cholesterol which was a bit high, is now perfect. And I passed a treadmill test with flying colors not too long ago. I'm almost 30 though. And I do have history in my family of blockages, though more so stroke, hemmorage and such.
Has any one had the aching in your connecting from shoulder to neck? Also I get muscle pain all over my chest that seems to come from my stomach. My stomach/abdomen seems distended. I've been taking Prilosec and that doesn't seem to help, though I've only been taking it for a bit, so that may take a while.
I know I'll pretty much never get a Cath due to my age, which makes me worry. I'm always like, if it's not 100% then blockages can't be ruled out. And with the way I feel too it makes me worry. Because I take Tylenol or anything and the chest and neck pain don't go away.
Anyways thats me. Please give me any advice you can. I just want to be able to carry on. It's like I want to push that past me that who cares if I die or if I have a heart attack, someone will know and help, so don't be so stressed about it.
I also read way too much. Like the guy who had the neck pain for weeks then ended up having quad bypass. The cardiologist guy.