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Frequent chest pain, shortness of breath, left hand and jaw pain. Elevated lipid profile values. Suggestive treatment?

dEAR SIR, I HAVE FREQUESNT CHEST PAIN AND SHORTNESS OF BREATH AND FEEL PAIN IN LEFT HAND AND JAW ALSO. i HAVE DONE ALL TEST LIKE ecg , ECHO & TMT. BUT ALL ARE NORMAL. MY TOTAL CHOLESTROL IS 240MG AND TRICLYCERIDE IS 393 & HDL IS 29.5 & LDL IS 129 MG. RESTING TIME ALSO I FEEL SUCH PAIN. PLEASE SUGGEST ME WHAT SHOULD I DO WITH REGARDS mURALEDHARAN
Asked On : Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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Hello kbnair1968,
greetings from healthcaremagic.com

I am Dr Sourav Chakraborty and i will be helping you with your query.
Your lipid profile is grossly deranged , however your baseline tests done for cardiac ailments is negative. You have not disclosed your age, body habitus, working conditions which may play a vital role for coming to a significant conclusion.
You do experience typical chest pain or angina and breathlessness and if your age is around 30 years please do under go a coronary angiogram to rule out blockage in heart vessels/ ischemic heart disease.
Please visit your cardiologist or primary physician to get your self evaluated.

Also you have not revealed your habits like smoking, alcohol consumption , which need to be stopped as it can harm you further.

Lipid profile can be controlled with proper diet and medication but your heart needs further investigation ,
i firmly believe coronary angiogram will be help ful for you to identify if any coronary artery disease.
Please do not neglect your symptoms and vist your doctor soon.
Hope i have been able to help you.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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