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chest pain and dysnea for three months, severe nausea too.

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please some one help.i am having chest pain and dysnea for the past three months with normal angiogram .what can be the cause .i am taking dilzem 90 and nitrates ,but sometimes the pain causes severe nausea looks like some tumor to me .please help
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replied May 27th, 2012
You don't state your age, sex, occupation, habits, smoking history, family history, weight, etc. Nor do you define the nature of the chest pain, where in the chest it occurs, when it occurs, what makes it worse, what makes it less, what you mean when you say you have "dyspnea", etc.
Consequently, I am sorry but I am unable to comment on your symptoms and your medication of diltiazem and nitrates.
Please be aware that I am unable to diagnose medical conditions online.

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