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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 9, 2006
  • 06:25 AM

hi i have been awoken with severe chest pains,admitted to emergency care. Had an angiogram , echocardiogram, ct lung scans leg doppler scans all normall. i am still getting chest pain which wakes me up every night, i have just done an excercise test which proved poswitive, however my consultant considers it to be a fasle positive because my angio was normal.wot is wrong with me?

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  • Have you heard of a condition called mitral valve prolapse? Its a condition that can be very annoying when you are symptomatic and not diagnosed. I went to the ER and an internal medicine doctor several times before I finally went to a cardiologist. All of the tests showed normal results. When I wore the holter monitor I have bradycardia and trachardia (pardon the spelling), but the doctor didn't think anything of it. The cardiologist immediately diagnosed my condition because of the clicking noise. The echocardiogram also confirmed this. Do you have any other symptoms? Are they always at night? Could it be dietary? Are you stressed at all? Sometimes stress can manifest itself it your sleep.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 9, 2006
    • 11:26 PM
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  • Did you ever have a momometry test done to check for esphogial spasms?I have whats called nutcracker esophagitist, symptoms mimic heart attack.Have been living with this for 11 years now, took 7 years till found dr. whodiagnosed this. Still having problems but nothing near what I used to. I takeBentyl 10mg 1tsp 2-5 times daily, really helps could not function without it.Good luck and hope you get well soon.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 18, 2006
    • 07:05 PM
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