I have been having chest pain on and off for quite some time. It wasn't much severe pain until recently. One day I felt sudden dizziness and weakness along with occasional sweating. The only unusual activity I did recently was to start going to gym for last two weeks. The doctor suggested that it could be because of dehydration and asked me to have lots of water.
Next day, I went through normal medical checkup along with ECG which came out normal. I explained my condition to doctor and underwent stress test and echo test. Stress test was normal. In echo the only observation was Trivial Tricuspid Regurgitation.
Doc has said nothing to worry about it and just given pills for anxiety. Its 3rd day now and still I do have chest pain. Sometimes the pain increases and spreads to back. When the pain goes off, there is still some discomfort on left side of the body.
Do such chest pain occur in case of TR. Do I need to check for something else.
Its been over a month now. The chest pain still prevails. It was more of like something is stuck inside or tightness in lower left side of chest. The pain results in back pain as well which stays for much long. Also to add to it, I have been having very frequent eye twitching especially right eye. Also for last two weeks I have been observing than few dark spots have emerged over my body especially chest, back and arms. Donno why.
The unconformable feeling in chest happens frequently though mostly it is of minor intensity.
What could be the reason.
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