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I have chest pain from last 5 months I id all rlevent test for heart ( ecg , 2d echo, stress test) all year are normal. So what will be the reason behind such pain Age - 28 yrs Weight -84 Kgs Height - 174 Cms.
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Dr. Ashish Srivastava
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With all the tests coming out negative and considering your age a cardiac etiology of the pain is very unlikely It can be musculoskeletal or something else Dr Ashish Srivastava General Physician and Clinical Cardiologist
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Harisha N L
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You are slightly over weight... Reduce your weight some times excessive fat can cause pain... In your case it may be due to gastritis as you have no other related symptoms...get an endoscopic examination done...i understand your concern...try eating several small meals instead of three large ones whenever you can...Avoid foods that irritate your stomach, especially those that are spicy, acidic, fried or fatty... avoid coffee,tea etc... Avoid stress,consider calming activities, such as meditation, yoga etc...sleep with head raised position and have dinner at least 2 hours before sleep..do regular exercises...take pantaprazole 40 mg twice daily before food with above....consult physician if symptoms persists.
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Dr. Chandrashekhar Munjewar
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If you are really worried that your complaints may be related to heart then The first thing that you should do is to show to a cardiologist. A good physical examination is many times better that many tests. There are many questions to answer : where exactly you have pain, what type of pain is that, what are the worsening and relieving factors etc. Interpreting your tests in the background of all this information will help in the correct diagnosis of your problem. So please show to a cardiologist as early as possible. Hope this helps. Dr Chandrashekhar Munjewar www.thefitheart.in
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