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Palpitations with nausea and stomach pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   4 days pressure on left side under rib cage through chest. constant pressure. unsatisfied breath. gallbladder removed 2 months ago no problems.
Doctor :   hi
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ok
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please provide your age, gender, location.
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is there any burning sensation associated with the pressure?
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are you having any nausea?
User :   sometimes in stomach and some in chest
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ok
User :   nausea 2 days ago
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ok
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is there any palpitations associated?
User :   coughing with phlem and stuffy ears
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ok
User :   i am confused about palpitations
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is there difficulty or tightness felt on breathing?
User :   no tightness just feels like i have to force it sometimes not satifying
Doctor :   ok
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the history and the symptoms that you have given
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leads to probable diagnosis of
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acute gastritis.
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you can take TUMS OTC
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or Prilosec OTC for the relief

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and if still not better see your doc and get examined
Doctor :   hi
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how can i help you?
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