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Persistent sore throat that progressed to neck pain, chest, stomach and back pain (in that order). what could it be? hello, i've had throat pain now for about two months. i stopped working out because it irritated it when i breathed heavily through my mou

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Dr. Mary Engrav
Dr. Mary Engravanswered
Emergency Medicine 31 years experience
You : You will have to have a complete evaluation by a primary care doctor such as an internal medicine physician or a family practitioner. You may need a chest x-ray or other studies. Please be seen and evaluated for this especially as it has gone on for two months. If you had worsening pain, fever or shortness of breath then you would have to go to the er.

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