My husband is a 43 year old male who for at least 6-8 weeks has had chest pressure, shortness of breath, stomach upset, poor appetite, and weight loss (8lbs.). All of his blood work (CBC,Chem, Cardiac) has come back normal. His chest x-ray was clear. An angiogram showed no blockage. All of this, yet he still feels terrible! What else should the doctors look for or do for him? He is under a great deal of stress, but I just feel that something is going on that we're missing. He is not a person who ever complains of feeling ill. I hope that someone out there can help. Any suggestions? Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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