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I am having chest pain when I climb the stair case , do exercise or in the state of anger. What could be the reason?

I had chest pain , breathlessness one year back . I had my ECG , TMT , CT Angio done , which came negative .The symptoms remained there for six months & then disappeared without taking any medication Now after 6 months , they have re appeared ..The problem appears , when I climb the stair case , do exercise or in the state of anger As per doctor , if the tests were negative 6 months back , then these fresh symptoms can't be due to any cardiac reason ., as arteries blockages can't develop so fast . Can somebody let me know hat apart from cardiac reason or indigestion , can there be any other reason for my symptoms
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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In order to truly understand Cardiac Emergencies it will be helpful to have a clear understanding of the cardiovascular system and it interaction with the lungs. In this drawing, the right side of the heart is illustrated in blue and the left side in red. sandy read this i hope it help.
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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