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Home Remedy For Chest Pain Due To Gas
Gerd treatment: Chest pain due to acid needs to be treated in many ways. Your eating habits need to be addressed: how much you eat, when you eat, what you eat. There are medications that can reduce the amount of acid or counteract the acid. Sleeping habits need to be addressed. This is complicated and you should see a gastroenterologist about gastro-esophageal reflux disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Please Don't "Flush": The only home remedy that i know of is a "gallbladder flush": ingesting substances to cause significant contraction of the gb with the hope that the stones could be flushed into the intestines. Unfortunately, this is actually dangerous since the stones can get stuck in the bile duct & block the liver. Furthermore, even if successful, new ones will form. The best rx remains surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Careful: With taking excess fiber, as too much fiber along with inadequate fluids can make the constipation worse. Milk of magnesia (magnesium hydroxide) and a liquid diet only until passing stool is best. Then avoiding recurrent constipation requires 80-100 oz of caffeine free, alcohol free fluid daily with no more than 25 grams of fiber daily. If keeps recurring, you may need a colonoscopy if you haven't had one recently. ...Read more
Having pain due to intestinal gas, not able to pass gas due to constipation. No reduction in mild pain even after taking medication for gas.Whattodo?
Take OTC for gas: Absorption, and watch diet. Simethicone liquid or chewables can help reduce the gas by just adhering to the bubbles formed. Whatever food gave you gas, may be the culprit, and what you need to avoid eating net time. Ranitidine is not for gas, only for stomach acid, and whatever caused your diet to start producing gas, is why you must identify the foods you ate prior to this meal. ...Read more
GP sent me home with an RX for Prevacid (lansoprazole) for persistent chest pain, no questions asked. Can acid reflux also lead to soreness in the left arm/shoulder?
Yes, but ask questio: Your GP should've asked questions or at least verified your symptoms, duration, & medical history to see what the likelihood is. Irritiation of the diaphragm from acid reflux in the stomach (or heart disease) can cause left arm / shoulder pain. However, is your family's tendency for heart attacks or reflux? Use HealthTap Prime if you don't get a satisfactory answer. Prevacid (lansoprazole) takes ~1 week to work. ...Read more
Stomach pain, constant eye pain and muscle discomfort what might I do a a home remedy or shake in a blender to fix theses?
See below: I do not think that any shake can fix these problems. You need to know what causing these problems and it is best to see doctor in order to know what is going on. ...Read more
Radiation of pain: It is likely that your discomfort in the right shoulder may be secondary to gall bladder disease, or "cholecystitis" with irritation of the diaphragm radiating pain to the right shoulder, accompanied by increased gaseousness. Investigation of this strong possibility is necessary, so you need to consult a physician personally. You may need removal of the gallbladder surgically to correct this . ...Read more
Remedy for neck pain and ear pain due to refer pain? Any immediate assistance would be appreciated.
I am having ulcers and severe stomach pain, can't able to bear the pain and heartburn. Plz suggest some medicine to relief temporarily?
Possibly: Anxiety in general can increase muscle tension, including in the low back. Other frequent areas are the top, back, and sides of head, neck, and shoulders. Any of this can lead to pain. Best plan, though, is to see your physician about the panic attacks. These can be helped through psychotherapy -- and also medication, if needed. Treatment of anxiety may free you from both conditions. ...Read more
What can be done to manage chronic abdominal nerve pain besides pain meds? Can you get off pain meds in one month?
Some possibilities: Has the cause of the pain been found? Nerves can be pinched, in the back, but in soft tissues, between muscles, by a stitch (from surgery), by a scar, etc. A good osteopathic exam, in addition to your current therapy might be in order & might lead to non-medicinal treatment. You can get off pain meds, but the question is are you more functional on or off them? That's a very personal decision. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swam yesterday. Now I have very sore throat & upper chest pain. Coughing. Earache. No sneezing/runny nose. Sinus sufferer. Any at home remedy?
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Yes, but: A sixties female asks if gas can cause left chest pain. Yes it can, but of greater concern is the heart. Doctors think of the worst and rule it out before considering soft diagnostic alternatives like "gas". See a doctor and have a stress test to rule out angina pectoris. If the pain is constant, crushing, and severe go to E.R. For evaluation of acute myocardial infarction, aka heart attack. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have really bad gas it causes me chest pain sometimes. I can tell its gas cause I'll pass it but why does it cause me all the pain.
Gas pain: When gas bubbles get big enough to stretch gut components they cause pain. ...Read more
I'm having bad chest pain. But i keep having extremely bad gas. When i flatuate it relieves the pain. Does that' mean its just gas?
Probably not heart: Risk of heart attack in an 18 y/i is nearly zero. Upper abdominal pain can often be interchangeable with lower chest pain too. Gas pain could be a possibility but there could be several like irritable bowel, gallbladder etc. If it continues you may need to see a doctor. ...Read more
Yes it can: Peptic ulcer can cause both chest pain and stomach pain.The pain can radiate to back and chest and you may describe these as gas pains you should check with you gastroenterologist for consult, if you are already diagnose than take full course of treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hey im a 22year old female, and the last 3 days I been haveing chest pain.And I was wonder if it could be from having trap gas.....Or something else?
Lots of things: Hey, there are lots of things can cause chest pain. Fortunately, in someone your age most are not serious. It could be a gas problem or some other gastrointestinal problem. Pericarditis can cause chest pain. Many times in someone your age it is musculoskeletal. But chest pain should never be taken lightly. Get a check up. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 51 and I have chest pain, fatigue and gas for the past 8 hours after walking/jogging 3.5 miles. Should I be worried?
Have a flu it's 2nd day and I now have a bad middle chest pain/gets worse with movement/ feels like gas pain but isn't. What is this/normal for flu?
Costochondritis: It sounds like you may have strained part of the rib cage and the small muscles that attach each rib to the other rib. A violent cough or coughing fit could have caused that. Hopefully you can see a doctor to verify this. If this is 'the flu' there are anti-viral medications that you can take. Tylenol would help with the pain. There is of course a flu vaccine that I highly recommend to avoid this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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