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Chest pains, otherwise healthy
Your symptoms are not suggestive of coronary artery disease and angina. After these negative cardiac tests and unless your risks for heart disease have changed since that period, there is no reason to believe these symptoms have anything to do with your heart. You can also analyze your symptoms and your risk for heart disease.
Hope this helps,
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