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Mild chest pain, anxiety, shortness of breath. Worry?

I am 31 year old female, never had cardio problems, blood pressure norm is 110/65. Since Monday afternoon I have had mild chest pain Bp of 140-146/75-86 resting heart rate of 90-105, EKG in ER was ok and was sent home being told it was anxiety which I have never suffered from, its Wednesday and my condition has not yet improved, I m short or breath and get Winded very easily. Waiting on call back from PCP. Should I be worried?
Asked On : Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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Dear patient, heart attacks are emtreamly rare in females before 40 to 45 years of age you have slihtly high BP and heart rate with normal ECG which indicates probably it is due to some anxiety and you should not worry about it at all . you consult a doctor who will give you some anxiolytic and hope fully you will become fine
wish you speedy recovery
Dr Arshad
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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