Jaw pain randomly and after exercise

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Hello, I am 25 years old, female. I am slightly over weight but have been trying to get back in shape. I have a great deal of anxiety thinking I could possibly have a heart condition or will have a heart attack. I at times get jaw pain after exercise or even just randomly during the day. I also sometimes get chest pain when exercising, but the strange thing is that it isn't at the peak of my exercise or when I am exerting myself most. It's after when I'm just walking or walking at an incline and it doesn't happen everytime. It is sharp and on the left center side of my chest. Should I be worried?

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     Many exercise-related jaw pain symptoms can be resolved with adjustments to running stride and posture and are less likely to be a heart condition for a female of your age.
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    Any being woken up in the middle of the night with a splitting toothache that resolves quickly after sitting up, going to the loo or making a cup of tea (for example) question smile
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      No, nothing like that, more just random throughout the day like while sitting at my desk or driving even after workouts.
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    Hi ,I would suggest talking to your GP as it will help

    as it may, most likely, be nothing ,and it will help you to stop worrying .

    And help you relax more.

    Good Luck

     

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