Katon_user saidI been having chest pains and pulsing headaches when I workout and even when I dont work out. It comes at really random times. I don't know what's wrong. It feels like a really bad squeeze pain in my chest and it causes me to get a headach. I have been worried since It has been getting worse. I keeled over in pain and Ilost feeling in my chest and arm. And these are very sudden I'm not taking any meds. And I'm afriad to go to the doctor because most of my family has a bad history of diabetes and heart disorders and heartattacks. I hope I can afford to pay off the doctor.
You need to have an EKG and an echo stress test.
Headaches usually indicate hypotension (low blood pressure). Drinking enough water?
Chest pain that's spread around is angina, or possibly nerve pain, or some other things like arrhythmia, or even gas.
A sharp pain in the chest could me a MI (heart attack). It that happens, CHEW an aspirin and seek immediate medical attention.
Anxiety will sometimes cause some strange symptoms, too, but, what you describe (not very well, I might add) sound like angina.
Angina will generally radiate via your left arm, spreading to your right arm, then shoulders, and neck. Stable angina is triggered by certain activities (e.g. eating exercise). Unstable angina is bad news and needs treatment right away. Any chest pain bears investigation, but, not panic.
Check your blood pressure at any pharmacy or fire station NOW...today..and get to a cardiologist. If your systolic pressure is above 160, you absolutely must seek medical attention. Failure to do so could result in loss of vision, a stroke, organ damage, or a heart attack. YOU MUST TAKE ACTION if your BP is out of bounds. Normal bp is about 120/80, or lower for non-muscular folks and around 130 to 135 / 80, or lower for muscular folks. Post workout, you'll develop wide pressure, which is normally. Your bp can reach 300 with heavy weight work, but for very short periods.
You might very well have a cardiac problem but it can be many other things, too.
Given your non-detailed description it sounds VERY MUCH like angina, and a cardiac problem. Angina is dull and widespread...almost like you are being squeezed and your arm might go numb (just like you describe). A heart attack / MI is a sharp stabbing pain.
You need to see a pro. NOW. NOW. NOW.
Angina is a WARNING SIGN. Better to address it now, than, later.