Common Causes of Chest Pain | Fortis Bangalore

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When talking about the chest pain, we come across the different chest pain forms. It could either be a sharp stab or a dull pain, it could give you a burning feel too. Chest pain could be caused due to different reasons. Lungs and heart cause the most alarming situations when these are the reasons behind the chest pain. According to a cardiology hospital in Bangalore, below are the most common causes of chest pain.


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Common Causes for Chest Pain 2019

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INDEX Panic Attacks 01 Angina 02 Pneumonia 03 Heart Attack 04 Respiratory Issues 05

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Our Team Dr. Vivek Jawali Chief of Cardio Thoracic Vascular Sciences Dr. Keshava R Consultant Interventional Cardiology Dr. Nischal Pandya Consultant Cardio Vascular Thoracic Surgery

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04 05 06 Common Causes for Chest Pain When talking about the chest pain we run over the diverse chest pain shapes. It could either be a sharp cut or a dull pain it could give you a burning vibe as well. Chest pain could be caused because of various reasons. Lungs and heart cause the most alarming circumstances when these are the explanations for the chestpain. According to a cardiology hospital in Bangalore underneath are the most widely recognized reasonsforchestpain. Chest pain – common causes 1.Panic Attacks The abrupt episodes of dread and nervousness are named as fits of anxiety. One frequently gets alarm assaults in various circumstances. These assaults could cause heart palpitations breath shortness and chest pain. This thinks of individuals going to the ER and claiming that they have a craving for being a heartassault injuredindividual.

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2.Angina : This feeling is created when your heart muscle needs enough of the oxygen discomforting your chest and giving it a minor pain. It could prompt coronary illness if not paid attention to. Angina is steady when it accompanies you exerting yourself. This unsteady angina makes the pain keep going for under five minutes. Yet with regards to shaky angina your chest could encounter sudden chest pain notwithstanding when you oughtnot.Itcouldkeepgoingformorethan30minutesresultinginaheartassault. 3.Pneumonia Profound breathing or coughing in pneumonia can be a reason for serious chest pain. Having pneumonia gives you a chance to manage other respiratory issues also. See your specialist and let this infection be blessed toreceivelet goofthestabbingside effectsandinfectionitself.

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4.Heart Attack a. Aheartattackisanalarming circumstancecausingastabbingpainwithweightonthechest. b. You may need to manage its manifestation like virus sweating wooziness an unpredictable heartbeat breath shortness hand or arm deadness a feeling or chocking and serious shortcoming. At the point when there is a blockage in at least one blood supplying conduits the heart muscle needs to experience extraordinary pain when it comes up short on an oxygen-rich blood. c. When youre facing a chest pain because of a heart assault it could be one of the most keen painsyouwouldeverunderstanding. d. Its smarter to react to your heart assault manifestations when you can for getting it treated well.

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5.Respiratory Issues a. When you are dealing with lungs injury or some other lungs issues your chest could encounter intensepain. b. Respiratoryissues arethemainsourcesofhavingchestpain. c. Breathing issue or other such conditions are the purposes behind having intense chest pain. Overwhelmingbreathingandeffortmayincreasepain. d. Fordecreasingityouhavetotakerest andinhalegradually. Previously mentioned are a couple of the most widely recognized reasons for chest pain. Different causes include myocarditis pericarditis aortic burst valve sickness pleurisy asthma and numerous different reasonscancauseyourchest pain. These situations need to be handled by a good cardiologist. If you are a citizen of Bangalore make sure youconsultthe bestcardiologistinBangaloreforyourtreatment.

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