:confused: I hope someone can help me, I have been having intermitent chest pain for weeks, but recently I had this chest pain with sweating and nausea and a feeling like I was going to pass out. My boss sent me to the Emergency room, they did and EKG, chest xray and bloodwork and said my EKG was abnormal and that I had an enlarged heart. Shortly after telling me that they gave me an aspirin some advil and told me to schedule an appointment in the morning for a Stress test and an EChocardiogram. I called to schedule the next morning and the lady on the other end said they could not schedule my test's unless I come with 50% down due to me not having insurance coverage.. Now it's two weeks later and I keep having these episodes where I'll get Pain in my chest and feel instantly sick and dizzy like im going to pass out, it lasts about20 minutes then it seems to disapear. I am very worried and scared everytime I feel this pain come on and have no idea what is wrong with me other then them telling me my heart is enlarged. Iam 33 years old, past history of smoking, No current smoking, I take zoloft and ativan for anxiety and depression. Anyone have any idea how I can get these tests done when the hospital won't do it nor the cardiologist office who ordered the tests. It appears to me that if you don't have insurance you don't matter in the medical world.. P.S. A coworker was in the Emergency room next to me for chest pain, they kept her for observation that night and sent me home with my enlarged heart.. :confused:Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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