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Forum Name: Chest symptoms
|scream519 - Sat Aug 01, 2009 5:03 pm|
Chest pain in the middle of my chest when i sit/lay down also it occurs when i eat or drink this pain makes me sweat and travels to my lower back and no pain killers work on it, it stops me sleeping. The pain is frequent at night time please can any one help.
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Wed Aug 05, 2009 10:17 am|
Most likely reflux oesopagitis.The stomach acid is ok for the stomach but if it travels up due to a weak valve,touches the oesophagus leads to severe pain.Do not lie down immedietly after food.You may also need antacids,and anti spasmodics.If persits get a cardiogram.
|JrRivers - Tue Oct 27, 2009 3:53 am|
I have had chest and back (left side) pains for about two week. The pain is mostly in the lower left side of my body. the Pain is low and happens for hours. I was a smoker and drinker. I have started running and feel fine when i do. Is there anyway to tested myself, and what types of test will a doctor do to help me. I have no health insurance.
|JrRivers - Tue Oct 27, 2009 4:11 am|
24 male Black. I have had low chest and back pains on the left side of my body for about 2 weeks. the pain is mostly in the low left side of my chest and moves up and down the left side, sometimes can last for hours and starts with a burning feeling that feel like my heart. My back feels over worked on the left mid side. I was a smoker and drinker right before I started to feel the pain and have stoped. I have started to run and feel fine when and after I run. Are there any types of test I can do myself and what type would a doctor do to help me...
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