im a healthy 26year old male who just had an ablation for wpw syndrome. they went in my neck and both legs to do the ablation. this was done about 8 weeks ago. the entire time i have had a dull chest pain/discomfort. now im having stabbing pain in the heart area multiple times daily. i still cant even walk up my steps quickly without my heartrate jumping up to a feeling like i ran a few miles... i went in and had a ekg and other tests done including a ct scan yesterday. NO ANSWERS to why im having these problems,. im also extremely tired and weak all the time. what should i do? get another doctor? the hospital i had this done at is one of the top heart places in the country so im concernd on why im not getting answers. help
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