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Gerd Chest Pressure
Past few days after I eat I get chest pressure and then a deep internal gurgle bubble that seems to relieve pressure. Hist gerd. Is this just gerd?
Very possible.: these symptoms may be due to Gerd, and they sound fairly typical of it. An easy way to tell if symptoms are due to excess acid is to try a liquid or chewable antacid, such as Tums (calcium carbonate) or Mylanta, when you get the pain. If you get a temporary relief, it probably was due to stomach acid and Gerd. If not, you should discuss it with your doctor and consider other possible reasons. Good luck. ...Read more
Have small HH, constant chest pressure and SOB when I lay down. ruled out heart do have reflux .im on ppi, can it still be caused by gerd and hernia?
Esophageal spasms?: Non cardiac related chest pain and pressure requires a thorough evaluation including upper endoscopy and often manometric studies of the esophagus. High amplitude esophageal spasms can cause severe chest pain and this is often confused with chest pain from a cardiac etiology. Since you cardiac work-up is normal, this should be investigated further by your gastroenterologist. ...Read more
Slight chest pressure after light activity, 2 normal stress test, over 12 normal ecg, 2 normal echo's, should I do coronary angiography or its gerd?
I have gerd. Pain medicines sometimes make my symptoms worse. Today i took two vicodin and 1 tab q, 6 hours apart. I've been having some on and off left side chest pressure/stabbing under my breast. Could it be heart attack or gerd?
Chest pressure releived by burping. Lot of burping. Weird feeling on throat. Normal EKG and echo 4 months ago. Is this most likely my GERD or heart?
Yes: it is likely elated to ur stomach, ...Read more
I recently been having pain from my left shoulder blade running down to my left arm especially tricep region with slight chest pressure. im taking nexium for Gerd but i keep having this pain off and on no shortness of breath and my heart rate is 72. I
Yup, or call 911: Would not recommend driving yourself.Get a more detailed answer ›
Absolutely: Chest pressure can be a sign of many things depending on what triggers it, its intensity, and its duration or other accompanying features. Heart, lung, skeletal, muscular and esophageal problems can all cause "chest pressure", and they can be serious or less so. See your doctor. You won't get properly diagnosed in a public forum like this. ...Read more
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