I have felt nauseous all day, and about 30 minutes ago I had an intense radiating pain just above my solar plexus and through to the corresponding area of my back. I felt like a couldn't breathe deeply, but I had no trouble breathing. I got dizzy and started to black out. The pain lasted for about 3-5 minutes then slowly went away. This started today but the drop down box wouldn't recognize that answer.
How tall are you (feet and inches)?: 5' 6"
What is your weight in pounds?: 140
How old are you?: 45
How long has this been going on?: A few days
Check all symptoms you are currently experiencing:
What have you done so far to remedy this condition? Please include tests and relevant studies here.
: Laid down.
Please list any chronic medical problems and also list any prior surgery (lacerations don't count!): D&C 2005, 2 C-sections 2006, 2012
Check all conditions present in your immediate family... :
Please list any medication allergies that you have : : None
Please list any medications you are currently taking (and dosage if known) :: Chlorthalid 25mg, Wellbutrin 300xl, vitamin D, Motrin
When was your last menstrual cycle?: Now
Are you currently using or do you have a history of tobacco use?: No
Are you currently using or do you have a history of illegal drug use?: No
Please describe your alcohol consumption :: Never
What could the pain be from?
So sorry this question sat for a while. For the benefit of my readers more than you at this point any pain such as you experienced with nausea and near-syncope is not something to ignore or try to sleuth-out on the internet. It is a reason to go directly to the ER.
Many things could cause this; ulcer disease, pancreatitis, Aortic dissection, blood clot in the lung... but first and foremost any pain in or near the chest of the nature you have described and with your history of hypertension should be assumed to be heart related... a heart attack, until proven otherwise. This remains true even if the pain resolves as this pain could be a harbinger of a heart attack.
Again, sorry for the delay in answering, if you are still having this problem please get in with your physician as soon as you possibly can, and if the pain recurs go to the ER.