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Have angina, chest discomfort, radiating arm pain, stress test normal. Is this unstable angina?

Hi I have recently been diagnosed with angina, although I am unsure whether it is stable or unstable angina . My attack of chest discomfort and radiating arm pain occurred during a long drive although a stress test whilst in hospital revealed no angina symptoms. My angina seems susceptible to stress and general tiredness rather than exercise. Is this unstable angina?
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Your pain looks Atypical chest pain as stress test is negative this is not unstable angina but to be sure you may do a CT angiography an if positive go for coronary angiography till that time continue your anti anginal medicine.
Answered: Mon, 13 Aug 2012
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