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Chest pain due to heart burn - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Digestion and Bowels
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hi can drinking a lot of water fast give you heartburn
Doctor :  
how can i help u
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
i will help u in this
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can i ask few Q
Doctor :  
wats your age
User :  
is it heartburn if i have chest pain that goes away sometimes and returns
User :  
14
Doctor :  
ok
Doctor :  
do yu prefer more spicy foods
User :  
yes
Doctor :  
or oliy foods
User :  
how about water or burping a lot
Doctor :   does the bruning sensation gets relived after food
User :  
whats relived
User :  
mean
Doctor :  
water does not cause heart burn
User :  
really
Doctor :  
does heart burn get relived after food consumption
Doctor :  
yes water does not cause heart burn or burping
Doctor :  
both heart brun and burping is due to acidity
User :  
ok
Doctor :  
hi are yu there
Doctor :   It shows you have moved away from the chat, so I close the window. Please log in again for 24/7 medical help
User :   hello
User :   no i didnt
User :  
hey?
Doctor :  
It shows you have moved away from the chat, so I close the window. Please log in again for 24/7 medical help
User :   hola
User :  
so whats up
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