HELLO SSIRISHCHICK , Yes I agree to have everything checked out, I still had chest pains months after my heart attack went back in to see heart dr he took a xray and told me it was my hiatial hernia.. I told him I did not know I had one he referred me to another dr he did tests and confirmed that it was a hiatial hernia and it was 3 inches pushing up in the chest at the time of the test and this causing the pain. put on med and just watch I eat and I do not eat after 8-8:30 p.m. and eat supper around 6 or 6:30 p.m Hope this might help. Take care Brenda
Trying to eat healthy exercise daily, slow down my pace in life think positive and all in all get in Better Shape and Keep Heart healthy and enjoy the life God has given me.
I think it's more scary to not know what's going on so I totally empathize with your situation. It must be very hard for you. Listen to your body, keep going in for tests, and don't give up on finding the cause. Modern medicine is amazing!
Also stay as positive as you can. We are here to offer you support and give you lots of virtual hugs!
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Bachelor of Science in Health, Nutrition and Dietetics Concentration, Summa Cum Laude, 2010.
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Hi, my name is Terry, I am new to this team. I am 47 years old, and have known for about a year that I have congestive heart failure. I have had numerous tests, the most recent of which is a 64-slice CT scan. All my tests have come back good (no blockages), and I don't understand it, because I have pain in my chest almost every day. My cardiologist suggested I have my esophagus checked out. I also have lupus.
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