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i have bit of chest pain?

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Dr. Johan Nell
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Chest pain: i suggest you go see your local gp because it could lead to serious complications as in mild heart attack. this is asap and pretty serious.

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A 25-year-old female asked:

Im 25. I have bit pain in upper middle chest in the manubrium area. Also painful when i deep inhale. The pain last for few secs Do i need to worry?

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A 31-year-old male asked:

My wife is feeling a pain more like in the oesophagus between the chest. More like there is something stuck there. The pain eases a bit when she drinks warm fluids. What could be the problem?

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Dr. Robert Kneece
Specializes in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
See Gastro: There are several possibilities and need to see Gastroenterologist-It could be something actually stuck there such as food or pill esophagitis,Esophageal spasms,reflux.Does she rememeber eating something or taking a pill without drinking some water,otherwise it could be a spasm

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