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    Chest Pain
    CP4203 posted:

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    I had an Ablation done on my heart in January of this year and just got diagnosed with Hpylori that I just finished all antibiotics for. I am having chest pain, shortness of breath, and light headed. Cardiologist says im fine but I know Im not. What should I do??
    • Why am I having chest pain
    • Could Hpylori cause chest pain
    • If the cardiologist said Im fine
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    cardiostarusa1 responded:

    "Cardiologist says I'm fine but I know I'm not. What should I do??"

    Well, you know your body best, so do feel free to see/consult with another doctor, other doctors.

    Take care,


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