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Suffering from on and off chest pain. Stress test shows normal. Taking bitacap tr 40 and glycomate SR 500 mg. Concerned

I am 32 years , Male .. Having complaint of pain in chest ( most of the times in left side ) .. on off .. did stress test / eco 2d and ecg .. 2 times in last 1 year .. every thing normal. Bit hypertension 130/95 .. and borderline DM ( 120 fasting and 170 PP ) Taking Bitacap tr 40 and Glycomate SR 500 mg BD. I am realy worried about the pain .. please guide
Asked On : Sun, 1 Jul 2012
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Thank You for consulting HealthcareMagic!

The character of chest pain, exact location, associated factors like shortness of breath, aggravating and relieving factors can help in suspecting a cause. a Physical examination is mandatory to assess this since there are variety of other causes that needs to be ruled out.

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