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Crushing pain in the middle of the chest. Diagnosed as mild CAD. Prescribed medicines. Suggestions?

Hi I have just come home from hospital a day ago after going to Emergency , experiencing crushing pain in the middle of my chest , through to my back and a headache that hit me in the forehead and backwards. angiogram was performed and an ultra sound of the heart and up to my jaw. the results were good i was told - minor coronary artery disease - Iwas given Aspiririn !))mg, Rosuvastatin 5mg tablets. However I don t really have an answer yet - this has been the 5 th time to emergency and admission.Can you guide meas to right way to go in clearing this up or managing it . Ido suffer from reflux and take Nexium 40mg .
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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it is very good that you have no significant coronory artery disaes , there are other reason of causing chest pain
Gastrointestinal-- Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) and other causes of heartburn, Hiatus hernia, Achalasia, nutcracker esophagus and other neuromuscular disorders of the esophagus
Functional dyspepsia
Costochondritis or Tietze's syndrome - a benign and harmless form of osteochondritis often mistaken for heart disease
Psychological -- Panic attack,Anxiety,Clinical depression,Somatization disorder,Hypochondria

consult with good physician and investigate thoroughly
Answered: Thu, 28 Mar 2013
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