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Left side chest pain after cardiac operation. Heart working properly, pain due to muscle pain. Diagnosis?

i am b.srinivas aged 25years underwent cardiac operation to place a shunt in heart . the operation was done in 2000 may. but from 4weeks im feeling pain in the left side of chest but after a followup doctors are saying that my heart in working normally the pain might be due to muscle pain but i am afraid that i may die shortly. i am unable to do any work and mentally upset with this.please
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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thank you.
restenosis may occur after a period of stenting.
but only the pain is not enough to indicate a ischemic disease.
ECG,ETT & sometimes angiogram is needed to confirm the diagnosis.
if these are alright then you need not to worry for the pain.
please remove your anxiety from your mind because it will be harmful for you.
take treatment for the muscular pain.
take care.
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