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D dimer 0.55, chest & pain (right&left for both), CTw/contrast was normal. Could I have a blood clot or PE? If not, what's causing this pain?

Borderline d dimer. D-dimer units (DDU) (< or =0.50 mcg/mL fibrinogen equivalent units: FEU) are normal. D-Dimer is a nonspecific test and the good news is that CT angiogram is normal and likelihood of significant pulmonary embolism is very unlikely. Yours is borderline and you should pursue and get a duplex vein scan of the leg to make sure there is no DVT or thrombophlebitis. Read more...