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I'm 44 and have been experiencing centre to left chest pain for the past four and a half weeks. They started one evening and have gradually got worse. They now normally radiate to my upper back and down my left arm. I'm also getting abdominal and hip pain that may or not be related. I've been on Omeprazole on and off for the past year for abdominal pain that may or may not be related. The pains gradually seem to get worse through the day and are generally worse between 8-12 pm.
Last Saturday night was the worse they've been. I called an ambulance and the paramedics said my ECG was slightly different to the one on record. They gave me a large aspirin and a spray of nitroglycerin. It's was the strongest hit from a drug I've ever had, I felt dizzy, nauseous and couldn't stand up. When they got me in the ambulance they said my blood pressure was very low and my heart rate was 35, they'd never seen that response before. I'm assuming my heart rate might have been even lower when the TNG was having it's big effect on me. My question is, as I don't know what's causing my daily chest pains, does a large drop in heart rate in response to TNG suggest anything? Or is it actually not that unusual. Thanks.
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