I have been dealing with some health issues lately. When I was 32 years old, I had my first atrial fibrillation, for which cardioversion was done in the hospital. Five years after that, I had a second attack, with the same result. I have never taken any medicines, just started taking CoQ10 and Magnesium, and have not had a problem. I still have PVC and feel those skips, I have had treadmill tests, stress echocardiogram, EP study, coronary calcium scoring, and EKG done, all tests showing the heart to be structurally normal.
Recently, I had a severe pain in my right ribs and I went to the doctor, and he found a liver hemangioma and cysts in the ultrasound, it was benign in nature. That day, my doctor told me to put Nitro under my tongue, and the pain went away immediately. He then did another EKG and blood tests and said he does not feel it was my heart. Because they saw spots on my liver and my pain was in the upper right quadrant, where the liver is located. However, I have looked at three of the EKG sheets, and they say abnormal on them. Also, I have been having bouts of shortness of breath and central chest pain, but I was putting that off as anxiety from this liver mass, and acid reflux that I have had in the past. My CRP levels were fine in the blood workup, and my BP has been fine. Cholesterol has always been high. The most recent coronary calcium score was 0.
My question is, looking at all this could the right side pain in lower rib area be due to the heart? And would heart have anything to do with the multiple hemangiomas and cysts on my liver as well as two parapelvic cysts? I am attaching all my reports.
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