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Chest Pain (Definition)

Many people with chest pain fear a heart attack. However, there are many possible causes of chest pain. Some causes are not dangerous to your health, while other causes are ...Read more


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Stomach bloating, gassy, constipation/diarrhea, random breathlessnes, chest/abdomen pain, breathless when eating or drinking. Doc says anxiety/reflux?

Stomach bloating, gassy, constipation/diarrhea, random breathlessnes, chest/abdomen pain, breathless when eating or drinking. Doc says anxiety/reflux?

A good Dx idea.: It was wise to have a physical exam to check for organ damage. It's good there is nothing bad yet. Treating your anxiety (therapy w/ or w/o drugs) and the reflux is a good idea to prevent organ damage from the excess acid, etc. So, find a CBT therapist you like who can help and it should all be good. You'll learn skills for life! ...Read more

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Been vomiting after meal n smtimes in the morning fr 2 weeks, w chest pain after, also while drinking or eating smthing, plus bad headache at night?

Been vomiting after meal n smtimes in the morning fr 2 weeks, w chest pain after, also while drinking or eating smthing, plus  bad headache at night?

Esophagitis: Could be multiple things. Consider an endoscopy to look for any abnormality. Would consider a trial of Omeprazole 20 mg twice a day on an empty stomach. If no better at 2-3 weeks, then need to look for other reasons. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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What causes chest pain under right breast bone when eating or drinking?

What causes chest pain under right breast bone when eating or drinking?

Esophagus: Chest pain associated with swallowing is most likely coming from esophagus. Occasional pain or discomfort is normal. However if this happens frequently then you need to see a GI specialist. Special x-rays and endoscopy may be needed. ...Read more

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Trouble swallowing+pain at times,chest pain,shortness of breath,feeling of food stuck,hiccups after eating/drinking,acid reflux.Could it be cancer?

Trouble swallowing+pain at times,chest pain,shortness of breath,feeling of food stuck,hiccups after eating/drinking,acid reflux.Could it be cancer?

Could be: While it could be, it's not likely. What is certain is that you need a test called EGD - you need to see a gastroenterologist for this. You sound like you have a stricture that would benefit from being dilated. ...Read more

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Why do I have chest pain after I drink?

Why do I have chest pain after I drink?

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. ...Read more

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Why do II have chest pain after II drink anyrhing?

Esophagoscopy exam: A esophagoscopy exam is needed, because the chest pain especially those symptoms related to drinking or eating are esophagus or stomach diseases such as esophagitis etc.. ...Read more

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Chest Tightness (Definition)

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