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Chest Pain From Indigestion
When acid and peptic juices reflux into the esophagus, one might have the sensation of burning or pain under the breast bone. It can radiate up to the throat and down to the region of the solar plexus. Some may describe it as bad 'indigestion' and others may feel like they are ...Read more
Don't Ignore: While you are young and true indigestion is typically benign, the association of breathing discomfort with these symptoms is concerning for heart and/or pulmonary disease. There are also important gastrointestinal disorders that may explain your symptoms. Please see your doctor promptly and if these symptoms worsen, go to the emergency department. ...Read more
Neck, shoulder and chest pain. Acidity, indigestion, continuous burps since two months. Feel drowsy. My height 182 cms and wt. 100kgs.
Gerd: You probably have gastroesophageal reflux with acid refluxing out of the stomach and causing your symptoms . Overweight, chocolate and some meds can aggravate the condition . Medicines to suppress acid production have been helpful. A GI evaluation and egd may be required to confirm the process. Wt loss would help cause less symptoms . Simethicone may help the burping. ...Read more
I am having Chest pain when breathing after vomiting two nights ago. The vomit was forced out by me because of indigestion.
See a doctor: You really need to see a doctor. You could have torn your esophagus and that is why you are experiencing the pain. Get a chest X-ray done to make sure everything is ok. ...Read more
Indigestion or heartattack I am having a burning sensation in my throat, chest pain under my left breast, my neck hurts
Mild indigestion, chest pain, cough, dizziness with weakness My husband thinks i have the flu..do i need to go to the er or can i see dr monday?
Viral illness or ?: Indigestion, cough, chest pain, dizziness and feeling weak can be signs of serious heart problems/ heart attack. If you have mild fever, or sore throat, or exposure to flu, it could be just a viral respiratory infection. As a 40 y.o. woman, your risk of heart disease is low but not 0. If you have risk factors (smoking, high BP, high cholesterol, fam history, diabetes) see your doctor right away. ...Read more
Docsays heart is fine. Have anxiety causing chest pain & arm numbness. Also have esophagus probs. Can anxiety cause left arm burning? Indigestion?
Panic symptoms like: Heart attacks. (shortness of breath, heart palpitations, sweating, etc) with normal ecg. Learn2relax your breathing. Practice when u r not having a panic attack so that when it occurs u will be prepared2use the relaxed breathing2calm yourself. At the same time remind yourself, it will pass, u r not having a heart attack or other physical problem. Therapists can teach u other relaxation techniques. ...Read more
Went to ER 4 chest pain since yesterday said EKG was normal didn't do bloodwork gave Zantac for heartburn chest still hurting heart skipping 5 wk preg?
Chest pain/pregnant: It is common in late pregnancy for the pregnant uterus to "push up" the intestines and stomach and cause "indigestion" However, at 6 weeks that is usually not the case, so I hope you have made a non E.R. appointment with an OB-GYN MD to get started with care for this pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Quite often: One of the most common causes of chest pain is gastroesophageal reflux (heartburn). With chest pain the other etiologies include cardiac, musculoskeletal, and sometimes lung. There are medications for relief of heartburn and prevent serious changes in the esophagus such as esophagitis and stricture.See your physician to verify cause of symptoms. ...Read more
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