Pain over the heart region is usually quite real, even though an EKG does not find any abnormality. The most common cause is Dirofilaria, heartworm of dogs. It often begins as a pain just above the heart but spreads itself over the whole heart region. Kill it with your NEOClark. Parasite herbs can also be effective. If you did kill them, the pain often intensifies for a day before it leaves. Then the pain should be completely gone.
Heartworm is very easy to pick up again. If you have had heartworm, you should no longer keep a dog for a pet. Give it away.
Another heart parasite, Loa loa, is also a filarial worm and may be the causative factor. Both Dirofilaria and Loa loa can be obtained as slide specimens to use for testing yourself. Heart muscle can also be obtained as a slide specimen, but a chicken heart from the grocery store or snippets of beef heart (make sure to sample all 4 chambers) will do.
Follow up on your heart, even when no pain remains. These tiny heart parasites have stages that you may not be able to purchase in slide form and therefore can't test for. These stages, if not killed, will become adults so a maintenance parasite killing program, herbal or electronic, is essential. Virtually all dogs have Dirofilaria in spite of monthly medicine to kill it. They pick it up immediately after their last treatment for it and can give it to you again. The only way to live safely with pets is to give them parasite killing herbs daily in the feed.
Other heart problems such as irregular beat and mitral valve prolapse can clear up along with the pain. Or they may be due to bacteria.
Meredith Zackman, age 53, came for her diagnosed cardiomyopathy (heart disease). She owned a beautiful, old, very big dog, and of course she would never part from him. We knew she would lose her battle against heart disease. She had both Dirofilaria and Loa loa which we killed instantly with a NEORife. She was on LanoxinTM, FurosemideTM, CaptoprilTM and Metoprolol.TM We found she also had Cytomegalovirus, Staphylococcus aureus, Streptococcus pneumonia in her heart. The Staph bugs were also in tooth #17. She had copper in her heart (from tooth fillings) and cobalt and PCB from her detergent. There was zirconium from her deodorant and fiberglass from somewhere. Her pulse was typically in the 90's. Eight days later, after her dental work to replace metal was done her pulse was normal (low 70's), both worms were gone and she felt much better. But she still carried four bacteria, five viruses and two tapeworm stages: Taenia solium scolex in the spleen (she had chronic pain there) and Taenia pisiformis in the liver. She was started on Rascal (an herbal combination) for these. Six days later she had all of her problems back including Loa loa. She repeated everything, then she had to go off her heart medications because they lowered her blood pressure and pulse too much. She started the dog on the parasite program but continued to be heavily laden with parasites and bacteria that always found their way to her heart. She purchased her own NEORife and was quite faithful with dog treatments. She may outlive her dog and then regain her health, finally.
Bruce Walby, age 42, had chest pain for three years. We found he had Dirofilaria and Loa loa in all four chambers of his heart. When he zapped them, the pain left a day or so later.
D'Ann Fonties, age 22, had a lot of chest pain but was told by her doctor it was simply "gas bubbles". She also had a serious digestion problem. She had Dirofilaria, high levels of styrene (from styrofoam drinking cups) and benzene. This information delighted her and she planned to change her habits.
Sheila Osborn, age 27, had chest pain when she lifted objects. Her pulse was slightly elevated (81) and slightly irregular. She had Dirofilaria. Five weeks after starting the parasite program she was feeling much better but still had the chest pain. This time she had Loa loa (but not Dirofilaria).
Wendy Lewellen, age 28, had a chronic cough and chest pain at mid-sternum (the sternum is the bone attached to the ribs and runs up the middle of the chest). She had Dirofilaria in one chamber of her heart (right auricle). She had xylene and toluene solvents which came from her daily beverage, Mountain Dew.TM She was also full of asbestos from her trips to do laundry nearby (this could not be proved, but when she switched laundromats, the asbestos went away). Two months later, after killing parasites, she was free of heartworm and her cough and chest pain were almost gone. She was probably healing very slowly due to the asbestos which was still present.
Lupita Cline, a young mother, had a chronic hacky cough and irregular heart beat. She had Dirofilaria in all chambers of her heart and Loa loa in her blood but not in her heart. She had carbon tetrachloride, propyl alcohol, hexanedione, toluene, and TC Ethylene buildup from drinking PepsiTM and Mountain Dew.TM Her pulse was slightly elevated at 80. There were no pets in the house. She was started on the parasite program and two months later was rid of her heartworm but now had Loa loa in her heart and was still coughing a bit. She was full of platinum, mercury and palladium from tooth metal as well as vanadium from a gas leak in her home and paradichlorobenzene from using moth balls. She was on antibiotics for a "bronchial infection" and was happy to learn about a better solution.