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Chest pain, done blood test, ECG and Echo. Suggestions?

Hi sir good noon..I am 25 years male..i am having chest pain from last 2 months,,i met doctors,they taken BLOOD TEST , ECG ,ECO and they said nothing serious..i took that test nearly one month before.But still have chest pain.It happens any time,even when i wake from bed also.some times i am having body,back and hand pains also..but its not happen when chest pain occurs..My heart beat incresing sometime suddenly this may for my feel about chest pain..So kindly help me and Send me the suggestion about my health and should i take any other test ? Kindly help me sir.. Thanking you
Asked On : Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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You have done blood tests and ECG and 2DECHO howvere the main test for a chest pain that you should have done is not done.
Get an Xray chest done and see for any effusion or any abnormality there.
As you have hand pains and i feel joints being involved, a collagen profile is indicated like ANA, dSDNA and RA factor.
Answered: Fri, 27 Sep 2013
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