I'm new to this so thanks for listening. 45 old male-good healt work out 3-5 days a week, mostly cardio. Over the last 5-6 years I have dealt with severe chest pains. Have seen all kinds of docs (family doc/cardiologist/orthropedic) & had all the tests done as well.(Stress test/Chest x-ray/ Chest CT (twice) blood work/ even had a nuclear CT of the chest). All tests are negative but still have constant burning chest pains that do not subside. I have no idea what to do next. Really aggrevating!!!!! Any suggestions???
It seems as though this has been going on for some time now with no great answers. The stress test is somewhat reassuring that the pain is not from a cardiac issue. You may want to go down another route and have someone investigate if this is a gastrointestinal issue given that you describe your pain as burning. I hope this helps.
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