I need a consultation for my father. He is 56 years old. His height is 5 feet 8 inches and weight is 78 kg. He looks healthy. He is not obese and there is no history of ortho, cardiac or uric acid problems. Sometimes, he might have high BP. He does not smoke, chew tobacco or drink alcohol. Two months ago, he felt chest pain. When we visited a physician, his ECG and BP were normal 120/80 mmHg. He prescribed some medicines and my father became perfect in two days. Three days ago, he again felt the same pain. He was given some medicines by the doctor; however the pain subsided very gradually. He is also feeling like something crawling and slight tickling sensation in the chest. Again all his tests were normal. Heart rate was 110. The pain is now very less, but still present. Please give suitable advice.
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