When it comes to chest pain, all thoughts go to heart pain and heart attack and heart attack (a type of tissue necrosis or death caused by obstruction in the bloodstream). What you will read:
What causes chest pain?
We need to know that chest pain has many non-cardiac causes. In this article, we will introduce you to the different causes of chest pain.
- Chest pain of cardiac origin
- Chest pain of gastrointestinal origin
- Chest pain of pulmonary origin
- Chest pain of neuromuscular origin
- Chest pain due to skin infections
- Chest pain of cardiac origin:
Ischemic heart disease
Coronary artery disease
Myocardial infarction (chest pain in this case is called angina pectoris.)
- Chest pain of gastrointestinal origin:
Gastroesophageal reflux disease
Small bowel ulcer (duodenal ulcer)
- Chest pain of pulmonary origin:
Viral and bacterial infections
- Chest pain of neuromuscular origin:
Inflammation of the rib cartilage (costochondritis)
Chest muscle strain
- Chest pain due to skin infections:
The characteristics of chest pain and associated symptoms are quite different in each of the above.
How do we know what is causing our chest pain?
Your doctor will determine the cause of your chest pain by taking a detailed history and examining you
Pain caused by ischemic heart disease is burning
pressing in nature. This pain is felt from the top of the navel to the lower jaw. Sometimes the patient only feels heaviness in the chest. When a heart attack occurs
it takes fifteen to twenty minutes
So if you have been in pain for a few days to a few weeks, the chances of cardiovascular disease do not go away. It is important to know that tingling pain is often not due to coronary artery disease. If the shooting and tingling of the heart worsens with a change in the patient’s position or breathing, it may rarely be related to ischemic heart disease or stroke.