Chest back and body pains nausea. Been to ER had EKG chest xray and blood work all normal?!? Been to the ER several times

History and physical. Find a primary care physician to take a medical history and do a physical exam. Not all medical problems are within the primary considerations of the er environment.
Nausea chest pain. Given that cardiac source has likely been ruled out would consider gallbladder or possibly kidney stones. Perhaps an abdominal ultrasound.

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I am 18 years old female. Normal heart echo (twice) ekg (many times) chest X-ray blood work and physical examination by cardiologist. Can I have cad?

Hard to say. We do not know the reason you had all those tests done, whether they were interpreted correctly, and what your history and exam findings are. Without all the available information it is hard to guess what your status is. Read more...
18 yr old, CAD? No. It would be VERY unlikely that you have the atherosclerosis build-up in your arteries that causes blocked arteries (CAD) at only 18 yrs old! I wonder what symptoms you keep having that have prompted all that specialised testing? See an internist who can help you understand your symptoms. Best thing to avoid CAD is 1) don't smoke, 2) eat a healthy diet (vegan/vegetarian), 3) exercise regularly. Read more...

Could the ER be wrong about diagnosing a heart attack? They did a blood work up, ekg, & chest xray on me. Still don't feel right.

It depends. Generally, if you had 2 normal blood tests (tropomin)several hours apart, you did not have a heart attack. It would be extremely unlikely, but not impossible, to have a heart attack at your age. Read more...
Possible. But extremely unlikely. 18 year old females very very rarely ever have heart attacks. And er's are very good at making sure that patients do not have life threatening illness before discharge. It is much more likely that you have another cause for your symptoms. You should probably see your regular physician to explore those non life threatening causes. Read more...

Seeing pulmonarologist tomorrow for sob. Chest x-ray, EKG and blood work all normal. Could it be asthma, COPD or emphysema? Gp said lungs sound clear

Further testing. It could be anything asthma, copd, emphysema or congestive heart failure etc. Good that you are going to a pulmonologist for thorough check up. Read more...
Maybe. A full pulmonary function study with diffusion studies , a vo2 stress test and a high resolution ct of the lungs may be nedded to completely evaluate you shortness of breath. A simple cxr and physical exam is necessary but incomplete. Read more...
See pulmonologist. Many people with significant asthma, copd/emphysema can have at rest clear lungs. There can be other causes of shortness of breath. 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...