Welcome and thanks for your question I am Dr. German I would be here to help you and give you assistance until you are satisfied, I am really sorry to hear what you have being going through , with all these tests and procedures without receiving a successful treatment .
I would tell you with this medical history , You should consult a Cardiologist Specialist to evaluate you .
You could have a condition called Prinzmetal Angina. In this condition ,the patient experiences a sudden vasospasm in the coronary arteries , they suddenly constrict narrowing down the intravascular space . As consequence , a specific area of your heart becomes affected and does not receive enough oxygen during that short period of time , producing this sudden chest pain .
The problem with this condition is that most cardiology or heart tests will be completely normal ( the EKG ,the blood tests ,the heart enzymes and the chest X-rays ) and it is necessary to perform a specific test called a coronary angiography with a stimulative substance like ergonovine.
With this test, your doctor will visualize the coronary artery and the exacerbated response and contraction of the coronary arteries will confirm you have Coronary Artery Vasospasm .
If the cardiologist confirms you have Prinzmetal's Angina ,he/she could give you medications to control the vasospasm alleviating your symptoms , usually a nitrate , a calcium channel blocker or a combination of both.
If you need any additional information I will be happy to continue further and assist you until you are completely satisfied . Good luck to you and have a good day !
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