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Heart Attack Fear
« on: September 01, 2014, 11:54:14 PM »
When I got back to my dorm this evening I had a warm sensation all through out my body.. that has subsided but I have a dull pressure in my chest located to the right side of my sternum.. I know my heart is on the left side but I am worried because this fits a heart attack symptom more.  The dull pressure like someone is stepping on me rather than a sharp intense pain.  This happened after I had study hours for about three hours and had a couple mini panic attacks for no real reason.
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Re: Heart Attack Fear
« Reply #1 on: September 02, 2014, 05:36:51 AM »
You would know if you were having a heart attack. I have been up close and personal with a person who had one. Standing one minute. On the ground the next. I am sure by this stage you are still alive. You may even reply to this post and let us know what happened next? Anxiety can do all sorts of things to you.
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Re: Heart Attack Fear
« Reply #2 on: September 02, 2014, 05:48:40 AM »
When I got back to my dorm this evening I had a warm sensation all through out my body.. that has subsided but I have a dull pressure in my chest located to the right side of my sternum.. I know my heart is on the left side but I am worried because this fits a heart attack symptom more.  The dull pressure like someone is stepping on me rather than a sharp intense pain.  This happened after I had study hours for about three hours and had a couple mini panic attacks for no real reason.

How "mini" are you talking? If you've just had a few panic attacks, your chest could be sore from muscle tension during the attacks.
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