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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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Chest Pain (Definition)

The chest resides between the neck & abdomen. Chest pain refers to ...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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Last night I drink wine, about 8-10glasses and today I have chest pain and I breathe heavly, is this a side effect of alchool?

Last night I drink wine, about 8-10glasses and today I have chest pain and I breathe heavly, is this a side effect of alchool?

Alcohol: I would suggest that the pain is probably coming from your stomach due to the excess alcohol consumed I would give your stomach arrest today try and eat bland foods and lots of liquids and it should settle down ...Read more

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Can G.E reflux cause pain in chest on left side? I have chest pain on left side while making movement & whatever I eat or drink burps start. Wht it is?

Can G.E reflux cause pain in chest on left side? I have chest pain on left side while making movement & whatever I eat or drink burps start. Wht it is?

Yes, but: GERD can cause left sided pain, but not pain with movement which sounds muscular. On the other hand, burping with meals means you're swallowing air ("aerophagia") which can be a symptom of irritation in your GI tract or just of stress. So, you have more than one issue going on, sir. ...Read more

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What can I do for chest pain after drinking a 40 oz bottle of liquor last night?

What can I do for chest pain after drinking a 40 oz bottle of liquor last night?

Gastritis: Alcohol irritates the stomach lining. Try otc medicines such as famotidine (pepcid) or Omeprazole (prilosec) and an antacid (mylanta or maalox plus). See your doctor if symptoms persist. Avoid spices, alcohol, coffee, tobacco and stress. ...Read more

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Hi when I drink milk I get chest pain?

Hi when I drink milk I get chest pain?

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. ...Read more

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Can drinking a lot of coffee cause chest pain?

Chest pain: It could, usually doesn't but.......... Go see a doctor and get checked out....... ...Read more

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Upper and lower Left side chest pain after drinking 20 beers 48 hrs ago?

Upper and lower Left side chest pain after drinking 20 beers 48 hrs ago?

See doctor now: Pain in chest after drinking alcohol could be due to various reasons starting from gastric reflux, ulcer, pancreatitis, or angina or heart attack. Please see your doctor or go to Emergency department. ...Read more

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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?

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. ...Read more

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Is my chest pain from drinking too many energy drinks?

Possibly: Stop drinking them & see if symptoms resolve. ...Read more

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Got chest pain when I eat drink and swollow and it hurts?

Irritation: If your pain is related to food intake then your chest pain most likely related to a gastrointestinal cause like ulceration or irritation of the food pipe or stomach, you should get it check out since this can lead to bleeding ulcers. See your primary care or a GI doctor. ...Read more

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Why do I experience severe chest pain after a few sips of a sweet alcoholic drink for approx 20 minutes in duration?

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. ...Read more

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I swallowed a drink and got a chest pain that went into by back. The same thing happened when I burped. Is this a cause for concern?

Sounds GI related: As described, this sounds GI related, especially with the history of belching. Discuss with your dr. As it sounds like you may need to at the least avoid trigger foods that may irritate your esophagus or GI tract and cause "heart burn.". ...Read more