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Normal ekgs. Normal echo. Normal stress test. Normal chest xray and blood work good. Is a CT coronary angiogram needed? Or all these tests sufficient?

Probably sufficient. I assume that these tests were done for evaluation of chest pain. Unless you have extreme risk factors, the likelihood of chest pain being related to coronary artery disease in a 28 year old is very low. The key to determining the cause of your chest pain is a good history by an expert clinician, supported by a full examination. There are many non-cardiac causes of chest pain. Read more...

What is the likely hood that my chest pain is cardiac, I passed tons of EKG, Stress Test, Echo, Blood Work, D-dimmer, holster, CT-Scan, chest x-ray?

Not high. Even if you were 20 years older, the findings are not supportive of a cardiac issue. Need to know whether the pain is worsened by exercise, certain activities such as eating. Other than a chest cage issue (costochrondritis) one needs to consider a problem with the esophagus as well. Read more...

Ekg normal. Shows sinus tachycardia. Blood work good. Chest xray and CT scan (angiography) all good. Is it safe to say nothing is wrong with my heart?

Tachycardia. Hello, it is good that your studies are good but tachycardia by definition means that your heart is beating too fast. Stimulants such as caffeine can cause the heart to beat faster. If your heart is beating too fast, too much wear on this important muscle will occur. Read more...

Normal ekg, echo, chest x-ray, blood work and stress test. Seen a pulmonologist and was cleared for ashtma etc. What would cause sob? Its not anxiety.

Not anxiety? Anxiety & panic attacks frequently cause shortness of breath, as well as many other physical symptoms. I'm glad you have such good results from your heart and lung evaluations so far. I don't know what your doctors will come to, about your situation -- but here's info about panic attacks: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/panic-attacks/ds00338/dsection=symptoms. Read more...