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Consistent chest pain, subsides within minutes, often take muscular and gastric pain medicines, all tests normal. Cause of pain?

i am 38(male) years old. six to seven years left side comes to chest pain , but few minutes pains come after no pain, automatecally stop the pain. lot of times take ECG but report is normal, and ECO, Cholesterol , TMT , blood (All Test) all test report is ok and normal, what is this pain sir? i have taken muscular & gastic pain tablets lot of times , some time emotional after comes to chest pain. i am very confuse ....... me sir
Asked On : Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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The details of pain are not typical
The tests for heart are negative.
Often tension can cause this. Is X-ray of chest normal?
This is most likely muscular pain - example from bad posture. Some times from spine, food pipe and so on. Have regular physical exercise. Yoga and/or relaxation exercises help
Good luck
Answered: Tue, 9 Oct 2012
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