Had a few ekgs, troponin, an echo and stress test all normal. Have severe burning in left chest and shoulder and fatigue. Could it still be heart?

Unlikely. Given the investigation you had, it is not likely that the symptoms are due to heart disease. It may be due to gastro-esophageal reflux. If you are overweight, try to lose weight. If taking antacids helps, see a GI specialist for further information.

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How accurate is a EKG, blood, and a stress test to rule out heart issues or angina? I'm 26, overweight, healthy but worry my gerd chest pains is my heart. My troponin I levels were < 0.02. My bp is sometimes elevated and heartrate goes down to 53bpm.

Manage your GERD. One trick may be elevating the head of your bed on cinder blocks. General physical conditioning can help also. This is not heart pain. If you are offered meds for GERD, please use them faithfully. Read more...
Highly accurate. The combination of those 3 being negative, in your age category are reassuring and make the chance of a fatal cardiac condition being under 10% and likely less than that. A lower heartrate is not a bad thing. I would recommend weight loss and increased diet and exercise. Read more...

I am a 26 year old woman, overweight and don't smoke. 4 mths. Ago I developed this almost constant dull ache in the left side of my chest w sporadic shootting pains and burning. EKG, x-ray, blood, stress test, & mini echo were fine. Troponin I < 0.02?

Chest pain. Not all chest pain is cardiac related. Once the cardiac work up is completed, seek other causes like esophageal motility disorders, thoracic outlet syndrome, etc under the guidance of your doctor. Read more...
Unlikely cardiac. At your age the protest probability is very low that your pain is cardiac. Minor troponin elevations can occur for multiple reasons. Getting a full work up looking for non cardiac causes is advisable especially if symptoms are persistent. . Read more...

I've been feeling a weird poking sensation on the left side of my chest. All my heart tests ekg, echo, CT angio and stress test came normal. I have asthma. What should I do?

Unlikely. Poking doesnt sound like asthma. Could be a muscle spasm or an extra heartbeat (usually harmless). It sounds like you've had enough tests. The ct scan would show if there's something out of place. Maybe your body is telling you to lay off the cigarettes? Read more...
Stop smoking. You are probably experiencing muscle pains from the chest wall. It is very unlikely that anything serious is wrong since your tests were ok. Smoking, however, greatly increases your risk of developing serious diseases in the future. Read more...
Gold standard. Pulmonary function testing and methacholine challenge testing and empirical treatment with electronic peak flow meter and bronchodilator are the main tests to check for asthma. Discuss with your lung doc. Read more...