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really out of breath. I have SVT should i make an App?

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Last night, I was breathing a bit heavy, really out of breath.. Which I usually am. I have SVT.

Today, I'm still feeling the same. Jaw is hurting a bit, I keep getting numb off and on right along my breast line on my back on the left side.. Feels like I have a lot of pressure on my chest. A bit nauseous and hot too. Should I make an app with my dr?
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replied March 29th, 2012
Apparently you have known supraventricular tachycardia. But that doesn't explain why you are out of breath and have jaw pain. You don't specify where you have "pressure on my chest."
You don't give your age or gender, but your symptoms do indicate that you should promptly see your physician about them. Jaw pain and chest pressure and shortness of breath can all be related to a heart problem.


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