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I am just 18years old boy. I don't do drugs,alcohols,not a smoker,don't have weight problem and exercise regularly. But why i experienced this chest pain?

i m just 18y/o boy.i dont do drugs,alcohols,not a smoker,dont have weight problem and exercise regularly.but why i experienced this chest pain?i alreasy do the ECG twice.First one was normal but the second ECG,the doc told me that i slightly have the angina pectorist.How come?how can i distinguished between angina and heartburn?
Thu, 17 Dec 2009
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Also check on the possibility of it being an anxiety attack. Good Luck.
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