• FrankTJr FrankTJr
    February 21, 2010
    I get pin prick pains constantly - Why?
    FrankTJr FrankTJr
    February 21, 2010

    Dear Community

     

    For many years and more frequently lately I get small but strong Pin Prick Pains ( Daily ) near my heart area? - I feel that something is going on but don't know what it could be, I've gone to take a physical and everything came out negative (blood presure, cholesteral, diabete's, Ultra sound etc.)

     

    Here is the scary part, last night I felt that I went into a blackout while sleeping, I stopped hearing everything including the fan and went into a complete really black darkness, I remember snapping out of it really quick because I got really scared about it. I'm a light sleeper and even when I am sleeping I hear things, but last night it was something that I have never experienced before. EVER.

     

    My question is, What am I or could I be going thru to feel these pin pricks and this crazy blackout experience??? I felt that time stopped for a couple of seconds.  Is it possible for the heart to stop for a second and snap back??? Do I have Heart Disease???  Someone please help me with some advise! + Going to see a doctor this week again to take some more tests again for the pin pricks!

     

    Sincerely

    Frank

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  • MonicaRD
    Health Pro
    February 22, 2010
    MonicaRD
    Health Pro
    February 22, 2010

    Hi FrankTJr,

     

    Here is some information on sharp chest pains and arrhythmias. 

     

    Sharp Chest Pain

    Arrhythmias

    Arrhythmias: a patient Guide

     

    It is good that you are seeing your physician.  Make sure that he/she is aware of everything you just described in this post. 

     

    Best of luck,

    Monica M. Skidmore, MS, RD, LDN

     

     


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