Pain in chest that moves. Pressure in left side. Occasional heartburn. No nausea or sweating. Good heart and lungs.

Reflux. Your symptoms could be due to acid indigestion aka reflux disease. You can try taking an over-the-counter anti-acid (ask the pharmacist) for 4 weeks and see if symptoms go away. You should also cut out alcohol, chocolate, peppermint, citrus products, tomato products and high carbs during this time and monitor symptoms. If no improvement, see your PCP.

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