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( What could be the reason of having chest pain as i have high blood pressure ?

SIr I HAve done ECG&2d eco test both are normal.I am also high bp patient.but there is small pain in chest ,breathing problem .Sometimes when there is thinking in mind there is small pain in left arm sometimes then Please guide me for treatment
Wed, 11 Jan 2012
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Cardiologist, Interventional 's  Response
Get a Treadmill Test done, if that is negative, the pain is unlikely to be cardiac. Other causes of pain include musculoskeletal pain, costochondritis, pleural/pericardial pain, neuropathic pain, etc. A good clinical examination and focussed investigation will give you the diagnosis. Treatment directed at the cause of the pain will be curative. There is no point in just taking analgesics for temporary relief.
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General & Family Physician Dr. Vasudha Jayant Athavale's  Response

If your recent ECG &2 D eco test are normal ,the chest pain you have must be due to some other cause than heart problem.
1) PLease get your TLC/DLC done .allergy with eosinophillia could be the cause.&it can be easily treated.
2) a cervical rib on left side may be cause,&this can be controlled with few life style changes,exercises,medicines
3)pain can be just be psycological due to tension
All you need is to belive the reports,&your doctor.Try to overcome -ve
thinking & replace it with a realistic understanding of the problem .Please try to know the causative factor,&get rid of it.
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