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52 yr.old male had all symptoms of heart attack

Opinions needed here please. 52 yr.old male friend, had all symptoms of heart attack ? Went to ER and was admitted. After 4 days of test ordered by his regular MD they only found that he had an infection and took antibiotic. His heart rate is still alittle eratic. He thinks he has reflux and needs Nexium. With all the test they ran if he had that wouldn t that have showed up?He had the test for it. He says he still doesn t feel quite right. We think he needs a second opinion from a heart Dr. Something just isn t right with this picture. What do you think ?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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If he had already gone to the hospital through the emergency ward and admitted , then assessed with tests for 4 days, the odds are that he really might have just had an infection. You did not mention of what? It doesnt hurt to seek more help if he is not feeling well and he insists. Go ahead, ask another doctor.
Answered: Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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