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Normal ECG and x-ray. Chest pain and tingling arms. What is the problem?

Hello, I had ECG and X-ray and also went to my doctor yesterday who listened to my heart and did a blood pressure test all was normal and checked ECG and X-ray reports said every thing fine but I still feel that something is wrong with my heart. I am 23 healthy an work outdoors but why do I still get pains in my chest and tingling down my arms and some times right side also what might be the problem..?
Asked On : Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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Chest pain can be also due to multiple reason
But always better to rule out first cardiac problem
As ur doctor didnt find ny thong
But still u go for further 2-3more heart investigation
ECG-done normal
ANGIOGRAPHY(if required by cardiologist

Chest xray to rule out for any trauma(ribs fracture),pneumonitis

Gastro problem

Tab.tramadol 1tab thrice a day
Cap.pantaprazoe 40mg twice a day for 15day then followed by 1tab once a day
Answered: Sat, 8 Sep 2012
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