I am living with idiopathic RVOT NSVT for over ten years now. I had my RF ablation done a 20 days ago and my ectopic, NSVT episodes have come down by 90% and I am feeling healthy generally.
I had my echo, ECG, Holter, cardiac MRI. Echo, cardiac MRI are normal. Cardiac MRI was done post RF ablation and also has come out to be normal. MRI was ordered to rule out any structural abnormalities and to rule to ARVD, and cardiomyopathy.
I am feeling back ache, shoulder ache, and mild chest discomfort now continuously for a few days. It looks very much like muscle and back pain that I have always and is not related to exertion as some times I feel it even while sleeping. I have not been doing any physical exercise for a couple of months and have put on some weight too.
With normal MRI, echo, ECG except for ectopic beats, can I conclude the pain is not cardiac related? Attaching here with my reports. Does the MRI report also talk about ischemic factors or should I under go any further cardiac tests to rule out cardiac factors? If not cardiac, which specialist should I consult now for my back pain?