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Chest Pain When Drinking A Cold Drink
28 years old,,, chest pain,,, normal catheter just spasm while inject,,, worsens some times by drinking cold water,,, improve a little by burp?
Is it normal to get chest pain when drinking soda and eating? Is it normal to burp or hiccup when drinking soda?
Yes: Your body is trying to relieve the pressure built up.See 1 more doctor answer
Esophagus: The details of what type of drink is unclear from your question. But caffeine containing drinks or alcohol can lead to or exacerbate reflux of stomach acid which can irritate the esophagus. Also, some people develop a spasm of the esophagus, essentially a "charley horse", which causes pain. Get it checked by a doctor.See 1 more doctor answer
Possibly: Stop drinking them & see if symptoms resolve.
If chest pain occurs: Very quickly, would be c/w esophagus issues/esophageal spasms as part of your response to what you are swallowing. This can happen with anything. Coordination of esophageal muscles (like rest of body) to achieve the peristaltic swallowing response is complex & coordinated by mind/brain. Internalized past history, no matter how seemingly hidden, always plays a role. But, Hx you offered is limited.
I've been having chest pain for like 3 days now. It's the sort of pain I've felt before from drinking too much pepsi. Is it something I have to worry?
Multiple: Chest pain can be a symptom of heart disease but may be may other things such as esophageal spasms, great vessel disease, respiratory disorders (asthma, COPD, bronchitis, infections), and muscle problems to name a few. It really depends on the clinical situation and other symptoms you may be having. It sounds like reflux or gastritis but if concerned discuss with your doctor.
I used 2 drink a lot a lot of monsters b4 and one day my chest started started hurt. I recently stopped but occasionally get chest pain. What can can b?
Angina: Go see your doctor and drink lots of water.
Chest pain: See a doctor for evaluation this symptom should not be ignored.
Why do I experience severe chest pain after a few sips of a sweet alcoholic drink for approx 20 minutes in duration?
Esophagus: This anterior chest distress after drinking an alcoholic beverage suggests esophageal spasm which can be quite uncomfortable. It resolves on its own. If you want to look into it further, consult a gastroenterologist.
Serious: These symptoms sound very serious when taken together. You need to be evaluated by a physician right away.
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