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Hi i am 28 yrs old my there is pain in my chest .I did my echo test and stress test In Aug 2016 and I consult 3 cardiologist then all of them told me that everything is normal I did my lipid profile a week back My total cholestrol 184 Ldl 133.6 Hdl 31.6 Triglyceride 82 Earlier my weight was 92 kgs Now my weight is 79 kgs I loose my weight in 7 months Sometimes there is pain in my chest I feel like vomiting my back is paining so now what should I do I fear of having heart attack is my fear is right or wrong
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From your overall profile, the possibility of a heart problem looks less likely. But if you are worried about having a heart attack and want to conclusively rule out the possibility of having it, then there are more definitive and direct tests available. I need to go through all your reports before I can advise you for any further tests. Can you please show me the details? Then accordingly we can decide the further course of action. I'm quite sure I will be able to help you. Hope this helps. Dr Chandrashekhar Munjewar, Mumbai www.thefitheart.in
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Your stress test and Echo are normal . Lipid profile is bit deranged , weight on higher side. Now you have lost weight and probably lipid profile is better. You may have acid peptic disease . I would advise upper GI scopy to rule out acid peptic disease
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