What does pain in the chest, throat and arms indicate despite negative EKG and MRI results?
The possibility of Angina has been ruled out
After going through your medical details, I would like to inform you that as all your basic cardiac tests came out to be alright so the possibility of Angina has been ruled out which is a good thing.
You seem to have symptoms of Orthostatic Hypotension in which you feel dizziness or fainting when changing position from lying to standing and it can last from seconds to minutes then subsides.
It's advisable to do little warm up by Stretching your feet forward and backwards before getting up and keep your self-hydrated to avoid symptoms.
Regular bp monitoring is required at for a week to understand your Bp variations and if it's staying high then to initiate proper medical treatment.
Carditone is basically a herbal product with no clinically proven studies of its efficacy of bp control and Prilosec is an anti acidity medication.
Hope I have answered your query.
Dr Bhanu Partap, Cardiologist
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