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HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:20:47

I've been having episodes of chest pain and breathlessness, increasingly regular. No cough or anything else. Particularly bad tonight, what might this be?

WorraLiberty Tue 24-Jan-17 23:25:48

I'm sorry you're feeling ill but any replies are likely to make you feel much worse - far worse than Googling your symptoms, which isn't always a good idea either.

Can you ring 111 or wait til tomorrow to phone your GP? thanks

HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:27:17

Definitely heading to the gp tomorrow, been waiting for this week as I'm on annual leave. Bloody uncomfortable

BuckingFrolicks2 Tue 24-Jan-17 23:30:21

Asthma? Pulled muscles? Shallow breathing? Make sure you're breathing slowly and deeply. Try sitting up. Try not to tense/panic!

Wishing you a calm night and prompt access to a gp.

HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:32:05

I missed part of the post, increasingly regular over the past three weeks, no asthma, no injury I know of

pishedoff Tue 24-Jan-17 23:36:08

Are you worried about anything?

HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:38:12

I'm just a bit bewildered. I don't smoke, no health conditions apart from a long term pain issue that's managed, healthy lifestyle and then this.

Outside of these episodes I feel well, it makes not sense.

HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:38:37


user1472419718 Tue 24-Jan-17 23:41:23

I would second calling 111, we're (mostly) not medical professionals, and even those who are can't diagnose you over the internet.

HackAttack Tue 24-Jan-17 23:45:04

Easing off after 25 minutes, if it doesn't come back tonight I'll try to hold on for the gp. 111 will go straight to a and e and I'll avoid adding to their workload if I at all can.

Will feedback after gp

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