Chest X-ray was clear lungs & heart r fine. Yet I'm still having chest pain when sneezing or laying down why is this?

Several reasons. Having these types of symptoms can best be solved by having your doctor perform a thorough evaluation. Only through this type of process can he/she discover what's going on and how best to help you.

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Sudden onset of chest pain, right side. Went to ER, heart good, chest X-ray neg. In a lot of pAin at night. Esp laying down. ER not sure what's wrong?

Mgt/workup. I would suggest a further workup by your PCP to include ruling out reflux and other GI disorders. Sometimes the problem is actually GI and not pulmonary/cardiac related. Read more...

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Chest pain. The likely answer is Anxiety mediated, but i do not know you, especially over the computer, so chest pain needs to be seen to rule out cardiac. If probable anxiety as suspected and you have an itch too, then Hydroxyzine HCL is non-addicting, and FDA approved for both anxiety and itching, so your Dr. may "kill 2 birds with one stone." Best wishes. Read more...
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Chest pain. I assume you are referring to h.Pylori treatment. With any new onset chest pain, i recommend going to the emergency department right away, and have someone drive you or call 911. Concerns would be acute coronary syndrome (heart attack), pulmonary embolism, pneumothorax, aortic dissection, pneumonia, or esophageal or ulcer with possible rupture as well as others. Read more...