My dad went to the emergency room for chest pain. They said he was in the beginnings of a heart attack. They took him by ambulance to a larger hospital. They did a dye test on him and found his arteries were not clogged. They then sent him home. He told them he wasn't doing good and wanted to stay. They sent him home anyway. He is home now but still will get chest pain sometimes when he walks or moves to much. He has shortness of breath and lightheadedness. He almost passed out during a chest x-ray. They can't find anything wrong. He does not feel good. What could be wrong?Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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