Heart disease in the 30s? :/
I have been quite active on the forum since I have had a mysterious unresolved T-cell deficiency (CD4/CD8) for two years. Today, I am having other issues (which could potentially be related). Hoping to get some suggestions.
Last week I started to have a very strange feeling in the heart, some sort of pressure, with some moment of sharper pain. I also was waking up during the night or even can't fall asleep as I have a very strange skipping beat feeling like my heart is going to stop. I thought it would go away, but 4 days after it was still there, and worst, I wasn't able to do my normal activities and started to panic. I went to the emergency cardiologist, they did a EKG, Chest Xray, Blood test for troponine and heart ultrasound, and all good. My dad's family's died at 40 from a heart attack (they were smoker) and himself had one a few months ago (at 60), without any worrying EKG or ultrasound. He had one calcified artery which was not seen as it does not release cholesterol. I am very much worried and debating if I should go to the ER again to ask for more test? Maybe CT Scan? It does not seem like they want to do that… I also had a HPV vaccine two weeks ago but it would not really make sense that this caused that. Could it be autoimmune? Could it be a sign of soon to be heart attack in smaller vessels? I am very much clueless about what to do and my parents do not believe me and think I am just scared of also doing a heart attack like him, but my symptoms are very real.
Thank you so much for your support.