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Back of chest pain
I get back side of chest pain with mild pain in left hand sometimes feel sweaty I did my ecg (20days back) physician checked my pulse and asked for it later he asked me to check with cardiologist as there is st elevation I did check with cardiology dept they told ecg is normal but advised 2d echo after 2d echo they told heart is normal but still I get pain is it related to heart I have ibs also... 6 months back I did my lipid profile ldl was 113 total cholesterol 153 hdl 34 vhdl 29 pfa of my ecg and 2decho I feel dizzy sometimes my Bp was 130/70 please advise me I am male age 29 I used to smoke in past (only for one year 2 cigarettes /day) now stopped completely from past two years I am taking petrol beta 10 mg daily as it is giving me lot of anxiety and cannot concentrate on my work
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Does not seem heart related. Chest pain has many other causes. Consult a physician
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Your ECG and ECHO are normal. Pain us unlikely to be heart related. Avoid stress and anxiety.
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