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    [Pain 2 Attention Sarah]

    Author: AMY (192.76.86.---)

    Date: 09-06-02 13:58

    Sarah, please read the message I added to my previous message!!!


    [Re: Pain 2 Attention Sarah]

    Author: Sarah B--Board Moderator (---.client.attbi.com)

    Date: 09-06-02 16:22

    Dear Amy,

    When I looked at your message again I realized I may have missed your question. Are you asking me the causes of the chest pain your finance is having? Chest pain --when it is caused by the heart-- is due to the muscle being damaged in some way. The reason he could be having chest pains are varied and I can't speculate on why he is having them since I'm not a doctor. However, there aren't any _good_ reasons to be having chest pain and if he is still having them, then he should just go to the ER and get checked out. If he never complains of pain and has a high tolerance and he is complaining of pain and he feels that is is about a 7 or higher on a scale from 1 to 10 (ten being highest) then you can't rule out a heart attack until you see a doctor.

    If I didn't answer your question, please e-mail me.

    I hope your finance is feeling better.

    NOTE: This is a post from the previous forum message board.

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