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Heart issue symptoms. Echo cardiogram normal. Had xanax. Sharp chest pain. What is wrong?

i am 53 year old male in good health playing basketball 2 days a week I have been checked out about a year ago for heart symptoms echo cariogram stress test everything came out okay . I was said to have stress and given medicine for it. I have taken xanax a couple of times and it just makes me tired and i sleep to much. So i dont like to take it i had severeal sharp chest pains very localized at the breast plate and was short of breath after a short walk this morning. I never have any symptoms when playing mostly at rest.
Asked On : Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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Hi. It is very common to present with atypical symptoms in this age group. If all your investigations comes out to be normal and you are able to play well and able to enjoy everything than it is just a somatic complain which can be ignored. But if your symptoms persist or you have any change in mood and Enjoyment level and have stressors you may need to get evaluated for depression as these can features of it
Depression with somatic complaints is common in this age group.
Need detailed evaluation by a psychiatrist for this
Take care
Answered: Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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