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Nonlocalized Chest pain comes and goes.
Hi, I get chest pains that sometimes come on the right side of the chest and sometimes the left side of the chest. Pain is in a very small region for one or two seconds and pain is not in the entire chest, pain can be pointed by a finger. It comes even when I am resting. I took ECG, echo tests. But they are normal. Is this cardiac pain or noncardiac pain? Thanks.
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Non cardiac pain !
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Its a non cardiac pain
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