I have had alot of burning in my chest. So much that it is always there maybe a little break of a hour or so a day. I have also had some pains in my lower chest below my ribs but not as often as the chest pains. I have had some feelings of being off balance like I'm a little dizzie. Heart disease does run in my family so does high blood pressure but every time I have been ti the doctor my pressure has been good and no probelm with my heart. What suggestions what might be causing this?
Before I had my heart attack, it manifested with burning across my sternum. Each time they would try to tell me that I had heartburn, which I was familiar with, so I knew that they were wrong. They also tried to blame it on my esophagus and that test came back negative. You need a stress test and should demand it, I wish that I had done that. Make an appointment with a cardiologist and good luck to you.
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