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Is it possible to have cardiac issues that don’t show up on tests?

For the past 3 years I’ve been experiencing chronic severe cardiac symptoms, but every time I go to the ER or see a doctor they don’t take me seriously because I’m young and because they aren’t seeing anything on the tests. Because they haven’t found anything on the tests they keep dismissing my alarming symptoms as anxiety, stress or indigestion when my symptoms are more serious than that. For the last 3 years I’ve experienced chronic chest pain which comes & goes that radiates into my left arm, jaw, back, stomach and occasionally it travels into my right arm. I sometimes experience intense nausea, shortness of breath, dizziness, tunnel vision, arm numbness, fatigue and heart palpitations. Over time my symptoms have been getting more severe. I can no longer do or enjoy the things I once did because of my symptoms. My symptoms are interfering with everything. Although the pain I experience comes and goes throughout the day I experience all of the symptoms on an everyday basis. I’m not sure why doctors haven’t found anything yet but I’m at my wits end. Has anyone ever experienced similar symptoms? Is it possible to have heart problems that aren’t showing up on tests? How can I get doctors to take me more seriously?
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Have you ever seen a specialist out of the ER?  Meaning, an independent cardiologist?  And do you think irrational anxious thoughts a lot?  That's the sign of an anxiety disorder; physiological symptoms follow the thinking.  If you do chronically think anxious thoughts and doctors find nothing wrong, have you ever seen someone who treats anxiety?
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