What causes slow heart rates at rest (54 to 62 bpm)? I'm not athletic, suffer of constant chest pain, catheterism ruled out heart problems, any ideas? Txs

Symptoms. Your provided information suggests you are on beta blockers which decreases heart rate. Constant chest pain is unlikely to be cardiac in etiology. Speculating on the cause of your chest pain without knowing more is unlikely to be profitable. You should discuss with your drs. And ask their impressions for what is going on with you.

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