I'm sorry about posting this question again but I still have chest pain. I take 20 micrograms of Liothyronine. It feels like indigestion and develops into an ache around my heart and if I don't rest the pain goes to my left shoulder( but this rarely happens) but the chest ache is every day. I told my GP a number of times and have been to the A& E twice, I saw my endo three weeks ago and told her again, she said she was concerned, and would fast track me to see a cardiologist, she also said if the pain lasted more then 20 minutes go straight to a hospital, because it could be a prelude to a heart attack or stroke Yesterday I received a copy of a letter my endo sent to my GP on the 17-6-15, asking my GP to refer me as she found out that a fast track referral has to be made my GP. I rang my GP surgery and asked if the referral had been made, the secretary said no, she said I would need to see a GP and ask to be referred. This morning in work the ache lasted longer then 20 minutes, I told myself the ache would go away, I got a sharp pain from my chest to my left shoulder. I went straight to the hospital, had another ECG and blood test, the results came back as not a heart attack. The Doctor told me I should have seen a cardiologist long ago and to go to my GP and ask to be referred. I went from the hospital to my GP's, I was lucky, I saw a GP within minutes and she agreed to refer me and took more blood. I googled T3 and chest pain and found numerous posts by builders who take T3 who experience chest pain. My question is, is it common to have chest ache-pain while taking Liothyronine? I noticed cold can cause my chest to ache. I get palpitations from time to time.
Thanks in advance