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If you were having chest discomfort/pain which was making you anxious

If you were having chest discomfort/pain which was making you anxious,?
and you had, had a ECG, and a Stress Test done on your heart while you were on a treadmill, that both tests brought back negative results for Heart problem. Is it a possibility that something could still be getting missed? Ive had both, but dont feel happy, due to fact that I am still getting chest discomfort. it is making me anxious. People with experience of having same tests done and understanding of what I am asking, would be great to get answer off you. Thanks to everyone for any help given.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Talk to your doctor and tell him how you feel. I've been getting chest discomfort for a few months now,I had an ECG,the stress test(treadmill) and an Echo-cardiogram.They were all normal apart from a question mark on my stress test.I was told it could be angina but it wasn't conclusive but I was put on blood pressure tablets and aspirin and have a nitro spray. My doctor has arranged a Cardiac Catheterisation(angiogram), a dye is put into the heart and shows up any problems. He feels we should know once and for all if it's a heart problem.Stressing about it can make it worse but you need to find out the cause.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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