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Echo cardiography done for chest pain. Results normal. Prescribed pantocid, vizylac and gellusil

hi, i am 29yrs old. I have a cheast pain. I have gone through the echo cardiograph. Impression is : Minimal prolapse of AML , trace MR. No RWMA at rest. No LV diastolic dysfunction. Normal LV systolic function. Trace TR ( RVSP-20mmHg). No pericardial effusin. Doctor said its normal She prescribed Pantocid 40 in empty stomach morning, Vizylac at 10 am after breakfast, Gellusil after meal for 6 weeks. Said do not stay in empty stomach. What do you think. Please reply.
Asked On : Thu, 28 Jun 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
I dont think the chest pain is due to a problem in the heart. The echocardiogram is largely normal and I dont think you should be worrying.
I agree with you physician. You are on the right treatment and please follow the things that you have mentioned regularly
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