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Normal chest X-ray and VQ SCAN. Normal ekg. Chest and back pain, gurggling sound, short of breath, dizzy. Also tachycardic and dry cough. Please help.

Possible asthma. Please see a board certified pulmonary medicine expert ( pulmonologist)-ASAP- Unable to diagnose online; however, very suggestive of bronchospasm with superimposed viral or bacterial infection. Read more...
Need re evaluation. I assume you have been to the ER and were discharged. A serious cause for your symptoms seems less likely as your initial tests were normal. Among the less serious causes for such symptoms is the possibility of a chest cold and superimposed panic attack with hyperventilation. But if your symptoms persist you need to be re evaluated to determine the proper diagnosis. Return to the ER if needed. Read more...
In-Person Evaluation. You need further face2face evaluation by a physician. Sounds like you are in the middle of a work-up. Are you an inpatient or is this evaluation being done as an outpatient? Sounds like you are looking for a second opinion? Too much information is required to properly second guess your current work-up. Online is not appropriate for this purpose. Read more...

28/f. T wave abnormal on ecg. Chest pain & short of breath at times. Does chest xray (in files) look ok?

Healthtap prime. unable to see any of your health data with this modality alone. If you wish, log on to HealthTap prime, where one of us can see your data including xrays and more thoroughly render an opinion. A good look at your ECG would also be helpful, for many normal patients have not so normal T wave morphologies on their tracings yet have completely normal heart function. Read more...

Chest pain lying down, shortness of breath lying down, cough when moving around. All started with a cold 2 months ago. EKG & chest x-ray normal. Help?

Pleurisy or pleuriti. You may be having inflammation of the pleura (lung covering membranes) or pneumothorax (air escaping thru a tear in the pleura) as a complication of your "cold". Check with your doctor. Read more...