Corona? (Heartburn, difficulty breathing, left chest pain when breathing)
Q: She’s in her mid-20s. Suddenly this morning, I had a heartburn, difficulty breathing, and a temporary left chest pain when I was breathing. I’m fine now. Is it a heart problem?
I’ve been at home for months, and I hope it’s not corona symptoms. I’m so worried because there are a lot of confirmed cases these days.
A: These days, Corona 19 often causes people to suspect or worry about infection if they experience phlegm, runny nose, sneezing, chills, chest pain, difficulty breathing, or chest compressions. The symptoms listed above are not enough to suspect infection.
First, watch for 2-3 days, and if you experience symptoms such as fever, cough, sputum, loss of smell, muscle pain, sore throat, headache, fatigue, boredom, boredom, nausea, nausea, diarrhea, etc., contact 1339 call center or health center for consultation with experts.
If sudden chest discomfort, difficulty breathing, or left chest pain occurred while breathing, gastrointestinal or cardiovascular diseases (hypertension, myocardial infarction, etc.) may be the cause.
If you experience excessive physical activity, such as walking fast, running, moving heavy boxes, hiking, climbing stairs, etc., you should suspect angina if you feel something squeezing your chest, stiffness, or pressure. This pain lasts two to three minutes at most, and 15 minutes at most. If you suspect symptoms of angina, please go to the hospital immediately for a thorough examination.