← Return to Chest Discomfort With No Apparant Heart Problems

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@taro

Similar situation, no answers. I am 65, and have had intermittent problems for 10 years. They have found nothing. I’ve been several years now without problems, but have had two bad angina attacks this year. Went to the doctor today, and will have echocardiogram on Wednesday, but I’m betting that they find absolutely nothing, just like last time.

Reply to me, and I’ll let you know.

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Thanks for your input. Wife discharged, MRI of neck (to see if shoulder blade pain caused neurologically) and CT angioplasty negative results. Hosptital wants her to follow up with neurosergeon and orthopedic doctors to see if they can find cause of intermittent back pain and chest discomfort. They continue to rule ouit hear problems, but can’t find cause of symptoms, at least not yet.

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