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Having chest, left arm pain, shortness of breath, on beta blocker, no relief. What should i do?

i have been having chest pain and left arm pain for about a month, also shortness of breath during these episodes.
i have had a stress test and heart ultradound. they have determind they do not think it is heart related. after this they have put me on a mild beta blocker becouse i still have the episodes. the beta blocker has helped a little but i am still experiencing episodes. any advise?

Asked On : Sun, 14 Apr 2013
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Maybe your beta blocker needs to be adjusted to a higher dose to see if this helps. If it isn't your heart then they should run down the list of non cardiac chest pain such as: reflux, esophageal spasms, rib pain, musculoskeletal pain etc.
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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