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I have chest and throat soreness, my cardiologist says my heart function is normal. My chest has been sore for two months. What could it be?

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Dr. Robert Koch
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
2 doctors agree

In brief: Esophageal spasm

Persistant chest pain without secondary cardiac symptoms can be caused by gerd or acid reflux with esophageal spasm.

In brief: Esophageal spasm

Persistant chest pain without secondary cardiac symptoms can be caused by gerd or acid reflux with esophageal spasm.
Dr. Robert Koch
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Dr. Katharine Garnier
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Gi source

You did not give enough specifics, but if you have seen a cardiologist, then a gastroenterologist should probably be your next stop.
Esophageal problems, and reflux, can cause a lot of chest symptoms, and sore throats! keep looking for the cause, you do need an answer, or at least some other, possibly serious issues, need to be eliminated. You might need an ear, nose and throat doctor too.

In brief: Gi source

You did not give enough specifics, but if you have seen a cardiologist, then a gastroenterologist should probably be your next stop.
Esophageal problems, and reflux, can cause a lot of chest symptoms, and sore throats! keep looking for the cause, you do need an answer, or at least some other, possibly serious issues, need to be eliminated. You might need an ear, nose and throat doctor too.
Dr. Katharine Garnier
Dr. Katharine Garnier
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