Does IBS cause nausea and fullness and chest pressure?

Well, I would. Say it's unlikely ibs. The immediate concern is cardiovascular so i would see your doc. Next reflux, may get relief from these meds, next anxiety which exacerbates everything. Make sure heart problems are ruled out as soon as possible, good luck.
Low blood sugar? Usually causes shaking, sweating, increased heart rate and changes in vision. If you are experiencing nausea and chest pressure, seek attention (urgently) to rule out cardiac causes.

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