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I have chest Pain & dizziness. Should i go to ER ?

I ve had chest pains 2 times in last year. I went to ER for both of them. The pain was where the heart is and for one of them I could not feel left side of my body. They did bloodwork, x-ray, brain MR etc, nothing is found. About 2 weeks ago, I got cold. It was very bad. When I recover I felt constant pain on my left side, I guess it s where the heart is. It;s like stabbing pain. When I breathe it hurts. It s like one sport on my left side constantly burning for a week. Pain level increase and sometimes decrease. I feel dizy too sometimes. I don t know if I should go to ER since they could not do anything about it for the last 2 times. What could this be ?
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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Better see a good cardiologist is the best advise I can give you. Change your hospital, what has brain MRI to do with heart!!! Better request for a thallium+Tc99(Myoview) stress test. Pain due to cervical spondylitis or Keats disease(costochodritis) must be ruled out too. I hope you are not smoking too much? or under stress.
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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