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what causes chest pain with normal test results ?

dear sir, iam getting chest pain and felling inconvinient. i went to cardilogist and took up the following tests 1)ECG 2)ECHO 3)TMT everything came out normal. but am still worried that am having any heart problem. please let me know the reasons of this pain and suggest the ways to avoid this problem.
Asked On : Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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Hi dear
Welcome to HealthcareMagic.

Chest pain can be caused many conditions other than Heart problem.So , firstly come out of the impression that you have a heart problem.Chest can be due to Dyspepsia or acidity in stomach.Maintain regular timings for food and make a habit of having a glass of water 15 min before having food.
As your tests came normal , you dont need to worry about heart problem.

If you can elaborate your symptoms , I can help you with a better advice.
Regarding chest pain please mention When do you get it , How severe is it , How is it related to your food habit , do you have breathlessness , your age .
Please mention these details as a comment to this post or feel free to mail me.
Take care.
Answered: Mon, 20 Jun 2011
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