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Having lot of chest pains. Family history of heart attacks. EKG normal. Relief with medication. Remedy?

I have been having chest pain a lot lately. Heart problems run on both sides of my family. My father died of a heartatck & my sister died fro. One as well. My mother had a heartatck this last year & had to have a stent put in. I have had chest pains for years. The last couple of years it has become worse. I ended up in the ER because I passed out the pain was so bad, I had two rounds of morphen before the pain stopped. When I went to a doctor he said he could not find anything wrong with my EKG , but last night I had chest pain so bad I was given nitro & the pain stopped almost emediatly with in a few min it was over. Should I go to a specialist to get this checked out or do I listen to what the first doctor said?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Nov 2012
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regarding your question should I go to a specialist the answer is a big yes.
There is a strong family history of ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASE in your family and you should not take these symptoms lightly. in all probability the specialist will take your ECG and then maybe do your TMT and assess if there is any evidence of inducible ischemia which will settle the issue
all the best
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