Our expert says:
It's really difficult to say exactly what the cause is. Particularly, if you have seen a cardiologist, it's really very difficult to superimpose my "Unqualified" opinion over that of a specialist in heart health. A few points though: The cardiologist would have had to perform tests on heart function, and if they did this, they would have found if there was an underlying problem. If they did not, then certainly I would recommend this, and probably from another cardiologist. If they did however do the tests properly, then you can be quite confident that the pain is not caused by anything related to the heart, which is good news. In this case, it may be related to digestive function, or possibly something neurological. I would suggest a second opinion, from a cardiologist first, and then a general practioner. I'm afraid that I'm a bit out of my league on the medical side of this one.
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