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Chest pain, TMT normal, acid peptic disease - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   Hi,
User :   hi
User :   My left chest is feeling pain for quite sometime.consulted a cardiologist,done tmt said nothing wrong.wat mite b the cause
Doctor :   May I know what times of the day do you get the pain ?
User :   its almost thruout d day
Doctor :   Ok, How is is it in relation to food ingestion ?
User :   m not getting
Doctor :   I meant , does the pain get aggravated on taking food ?
User :   not sure..i think so
Doctor :   Ok, it could probably be due to acid peptic disease
Doctor :   I would advice you to take Tab Prilosec Once a day early in the morning before food for a week and observe the pain
User :   my cholestoral is high,sgot,sgpt too high
Doctor :   May i know the readings ?
User :   cho-242mg/dl,sgpt(alt)-109 u/l
Doctor :   Ok, well this may not be the cause of the chest pain. But there could be a indirect relation to the same
Doctor :   what I suspect in you is due to acid gastritis
Doctor :   The above deranged liver parameters can be set right by altering the diet
User :   hv consulted a gastroenterlogist,askd to go for ultrasound
User :   administrd ganaton total for 7 days
Doctor :   Thats right an Ultrasound will rule out structural abnormalities in the liver which could be the cause for the same
Doctor :   Ganaton is a non specific treatment for the same, it will help in cases where there is increase in Alt
User :   will Tab Prilosec help?
Doctor :   yes, for sure
Doctor :   With Itorpide ( ganaton ) it will alleviate acid effects better
User :   thanks doc
Doctor :   You are welcome
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
Doctor :   Take care

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