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My wife is a hepatitis b chronic carrier, she is complaining of severe chest pains as at now. What should we do? Is it okay for her to take "liv 52"?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics
6 doctors agree

In brief: Time to go to E.R.

Any man or woman who "is complaining of severe chest pains as at now" can be having a heart attack (can be fatal).
She should to go to the emergency room by ambulance (she or a family member can call 911). If there is no heart attack after testing, then the other problems can be addressed.

In brief: Time to go to E.R.

Any man or woman who "is complaining of severe chest pains as at now" can be having a heart attack (can be fatal).
She should to go to the emergency room by ambulance (she or a family member can call 911). If there is no heart attack after testing, then the other problems can be addressed.
Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok
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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree

In brief: ER

Don't treat "severe chest pains" at home.
Since the various causes could include potentially life threatening possibilities, it should be evaluated by professionals now. Please take your wife to the closest emergency room now or call 911. (ps being a chronic hepatitis b carrier is irrelevant).

In brief: ER

Don't treat "severe chest pains" at home.
Since the various causes could include potentially life threatening possibilities, it should be evaluated by professionals now. Please take your wife to the closest emergency room now or call 911. (ps being a chronic hepatitis b carrier is irrelevant).
Dr. Bennett Werner
Dr. Bennett Werner
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