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random pulsing chest pains that go with my heart beat

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I am having random pulsing chest pains that go with my heart beat right now, and i have been since last night, i went to the doctor and they said my heart and lungs are in perfect condition, so they said it could just be stress or heartburn, but the pains are piercing, and its happen about 3 times and they last for about 10-30 minutes, not constantly but randomly, and i feel real weak and like im going to pass out when i feel the chest pains, once it happen before the chest pains, and 2 times it happen it was about 20 minutes after i smoked weed, I smoke weed occasionally but the first time it happen i didnt smoke before it happen. Why is this happening?


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replied December 23rd, 2013
Chest Pain Answer A45496
Hi, and thanks for your query on eHealth forum!

The symptoms could be due to reaction to weed. Also, go to the ER when you have the pain and get an ECG/EKG done. The pains can also be due to severe acidity and gastric reflux. Take omeprazole and antacid gel and see if it helps. Please stop smoking weed. Hope this helps. Take care!


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