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Posted by tfylan
on August 18, 2000 at 11:19:31:
In Reply to: Crushing Pain and Other stuff......anyone? posted by Deanna on August 17, 2000 at 21:31:34:
: Hi all,
: I haven't been feeling up to snuff lately. I've been having shaking sensations inside my chest area for a while, especially when I'm really tired. Three times during the last month, if laying on my side, I've been awakened by excruciating pain that surrounds my chest area. If I turn on my back and lie quietly for about 10 min or so, the pain eventually subsides. What a scary and painful thing to wake up to. My doc says she'd be surprised if it's related to my heart, but because of some risk factors, I will be having Stress testing done soon. Has anyone experienced anything like this before? Thanks in advance.
REPLY Sounds absolutely terrifiying but you are going to have the stress testing so at least you have done something about it -better than worrying What comes to mind is that we read that period pains can be considered to be the womb practising for child birth in case it has to undergo that . Well perhaps your chest pains are just your neurological system practising in case you ever have a heart attack perhaps th e body sort of tests you to make sure you have the common sense to have the ches t pains checked and that you are looking after yourself Now writing that makes me think of what I have read somewhere syndrome X which seems to be young girls having ischaemic attacks Perhaps those are to make sure the young woman has enough sense to get into the fresh air and have her heart checked ---all that probably becaus women,s bodies are probably geared to have babies --and you probably have to have common sense to look after them These are just a few thoughts about your condition I do so hope all will be well From Fliveya(screen name)
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