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How long has this been going on? Does your whole chest feel tight or it is certain areas?
Do you get short of breath with walking?
Do you have a cough?
Does your dizziness get worse with standing?
I would consider following for your symptoms (if the heart condition is categorically ruled out);
1) Esophageal spasm2) Esophageal motility disorder3) Esophagitis.
Following treatment may help you;
a) Calcium channel blockers (diltiazem, nifedipine) decreases the spasm and improves the movements of the esophagus.b) Relaxation techniques.c) Noncardiac chest pain in the setting of esophageal spasm and esophageal movement disorder (dysmotility) often shows good response to antacids and acid blockers.d) Reassurance and control of anxiety is extremely important if there is any.
Having said that, you need to see a doctor for an EKG which is mandatory for any chest pain and dizziness despite your excellent health and recent negative check up.
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