hi i have been experiencing slight chest pains back on july and have had a blood test of troponin done results are Muscle Enzymes
Troponin I 0.10 ug/L
also had an ecg done which came back normal. now i am still experiencing these pains and went to to the hospital today and they did another ekg and xray they said it was ok? i was wondering why they did not do any blood test? i am 24 obese and have been worried to the max of having a heart attack or dying with a heart condition.
If they were able to compare your EKG and x-ray to the one you had done before and there was no change then they really don't have to do more blood work.
It could be muscular. Have you tried taking some anti-inflammatory over the counter pills like ibuprofen?
What I would do is go to your doctor for a complete physical. Change your diet now and after your physical and the okay from the doctor start exercising. Walking is good. Over time increase how long you walk.
take this as a wake up call to make changes. Good luck.
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