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Should I see a cardio dr ..... or trust the findings
Your medical information shows that you don't have coronary artery disease (CAD) at this point. While you have some cardiac risk factors (positive family history, weight) it will take many years (if ever)to develop into CAD if you continue with a heart-healthy life style.
Chest pain can have many different causes, that may include stress etc.
The links below will help assess your pain and your risk for CAD:
If still not enough to convince you that you are OK, you may want to ask for a Coronary CT angiography (CCTA) as your next test.
Hope this helps,
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