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Continues pain in left side chest but ECG is normal. What is the possible cure ?

Hi, I m 24 years old. I always felt pain in my left side chest. I had a ECG a few months ago and the findings was Normal sinus rhythm Early repolarization changes Rule out right venticular hypertrophy What does this mean?Does the pain that i usually felt is related to this? Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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  User's Response
hi welcome,
early repolarization changes is only a slight irregular.
remaining everything is normal.
but this will not be the cause of pain
any way you consult your cardiac doctor and take treatment.
thanking you
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Chirag Soni's  Response
WElcome to HCM.
Regarding cardiac condition ischemic codition is responcible for most of chest pain.
but it is not there in your ECG.don't get confuse for early repolarization it is not responsible for chest pain.Further invetigation like ECHO is must for your cardiac status.Better consult cardiologist(MD.,DM.) for further diagnosis and management.
Answered: Sun, 12 Jun 2011
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YOUR ECG IS ABSOLUTELY NORMAL ...THERE ISNT ANYTHING WHICH IS NOT NORMAL FOR THIS AGE .... U NEED NOT GO FOR ANY OTHER CARDIAC ie heart investigation...... your chest pain must be of musculoskeletal origin .... u must have exerted yourself someway .....take simple painkillers and rest ur body
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