You need to tell your doctor that even though they have found your heart to be fine, your arm still aches, still feels heavy at times and you would like to find out what is going on.
An internet search indicated there can be issues other than heart problems that could make your arm hurt. Some of them include less serious causes like bursitis, Arthritis, tendinitis, poor circulation and poor posture.
You need to talk to your doctor.
it is quite likely that if you are spotting blood and your stomach feels bigger then you are pregnant. spotting blood is often a sypmtom of early pregnancy. if your stomach feels bigger, it could be the result of numerous things such as bloating, weight gain or pregnancy. if this is happening to you then i highly suggest you do a pregnancy test.
The vertebral artery carries blood from the heart to the brain. An enlarged vertebral artery is usually caused by an accumulation of plaque that narrows the amount of blood flow to the brain causing memory loss or dizziness. An enlarged vertebral artery can also cause a sense of fullness near the ear, feels like water lodged in the canal.
Please talk to your doctor.
could be a dirty fuel filter restricting flow
Blood feels sticky and slippery. If there is blood on the floor then one could slip on it. When the blood meets oxygen it will eventually coagulate making it sticky and in time the blood will dry.
Anything out of the ordinary with your heart you MUST consult a doctor. To answer your question... that feeling is usually caused by heart palpitations which can be caused from anything ranging from your thyroid gland to caffeine intake. Talk to a doctor and find out what is causing yours. Your life could depend on it.
It could be cause she/he's really happy or relaxed and feels comfortable with you. It can also be caused by a mouth problem like an injury or a ulcear.
If you have the cold and/or a fever. your body feels cold, but it's your bodies defenses trying to cook out the bacteria that caused it in the first place.
It Could Be A Number Of Things, Depending On The Weather, It If Hot An Sunny, Well Theres You Problem, But It Its Cold, Then It Could Be High Blood Pressure, A Temperature Or Could Just Simply Be Hot Flushes
Lightheaded and dizzy symptoms are non-specific, meaning they both can relate to many different kinds of problems. Neither is a normal state. Each of these symptoms often are caused by inner ear trouble, but they could also indicate a problem with blood sugar or blood pressure, etc. Only a doctor can diagnose why your mom feels dizzy and lightheaded.