Hello, Thanks for the query.
If you have already done ECG & TMT and nothing has been detected, then better to get an Echocardiogram, then consult a cardiologist. If still nothing is detected then may be angiogram may be neede. A clear guidance can be provided by a competent cardiologist. Thanks.
Hi lybrate-user, please check for the symptoms first, such as sweating, giddiness, type of pain sharp, dull, throbbing, radiating and so on. So that we can identify either cardiac or gastric. Please try to contact a cardiologist physician in person. Or you may consult me privately. Thanks.
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