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Chest pain. Normal ECG. Breathlessness when running. Chest or heart problem?

i am 23 year old male, few months ago in this year i have chest pain . at that time i have done many ECG which is normal. on regular exercise their is no chest pain. in July of this year i ave done ECG in this ECG their is deflection in T wave of v1. i repeat my ECG from other diagnostic their is normal ECG.At this time i have done ECHO also. the report is normal but their is some values difference between my and my brother ECHO. now from December when i start running i will breathless for few second with no chest pain. but when i continue that running their is no breathless. i will run for 15 to 20 min. is their is problem in my chest or its a heart problem.
Asked On : Mon, 24 Dec 2012
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Its a chest problem. Inflammation in your airways will cause them. Breathlessness on exercise is an indication of asthma. Have your spirometry done. with continued exercise, warmth dilates your airways and you feel better.
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