Tightness in chest for 3-4 days which later supsided

I am 37 yrs old with medim hight and weight 72kg with no history of any disease but frequent allergic cold and sneezing.Some ten days ago i experienced sort of tight in upper portion of chest which went away after two three days .later i consulted physician who got me done diabetic tests,lipid profile ECG ,and ecoardiography.HB and blood presssure are normal,no diabetic historty.neither do i consume alchohal,cigerattes nor diet heavy in fats.MY CHOLESR-   LEVEL IS 220,HDL 32,LDL-162 and trig.-128.my ecogrphy though saying everthing normal adds 'dysfunctional diasystolic 'and was asked to undergo TMT.Other parameters were----Lvdd-46LVIDS-30LVEF-64FS-35IVS-11LVPW-11Aortic values-AO-30Acs-19LA-33Mitral valvesDE-19EF-82EPSS-06Right ventricle-12pericardium-normal.I hope quick response and any advice that you may be pleased to give.With lots of thanks

One thing I don't do is to replace your doctor! I help explain confusing opinions, as well as a host of other things, but am not a free clinic. Your pains were unlikely to be related to your heart. There are lots of reasons for chest pain other than cardiac:
Talk to your doctor about your high cholesterol, best treated with a combination of diet & exercise initially.
If that doesn't work, you need medications:
Cholesterol-Lowering Drugs
Various medications can lower blood cholesterol levels.
They include:
• Statins (also known as HMG CoA reductase inhibitors)
This class of drugs works in the liver to prevent the formation of cholesterol. Statins are most effective at lowering the LDL (bad) cholesterol, but also have modest effects on lowering triglycerides (blood fats) and raising HDL (good) cholesterol.
• Selective cholesterol absorption inhibitors
This class of cholesterol-lowering medications works by preventing the absorption of cholesterol from the intestine.
Resins (also known as bile acid sequestrant or bile acid-binding drugs)
This class of LDL-lowering drugs works in the intestines by promoting increased disposal of cholesterol.
• Fibrates (fibric acid derivatives)
Fibrates are best at lowering triglycerides and in some cases increasing HDL (good cholesterol) levels.
• Niacin (nicotinic acid)
Hope this helps,
Dr T


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