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Been having light chest pain, drinking water helps. What must be wrong?

for the past week i have been having light chest pains. The chest pain occurs for a couple minutes then it will come back maybe after i am eating something. After i finish eating it feels like something is just sitting in the middle of my chest . Usually when I drink water the pain goes away. As of right today i ate and didnt have any problems but later on today the chest pains came back. I am 19 slim/athletic build
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Your chest pain could be due to acidity. Is the pain at the same place always? Centre of the chest just below the heart region in a pit like place? Ascertain. If that is the case, the pain is due to acidity which presses the diaphragm upwards. Also ascertain if there is heart burn. Also ascertain or make notes about the food intakes you had before the pain. Just don't be panic and make sure you conclude well.

If need be you can definitely consult a general physician for assurance. Be happy
Answered: Tue, 9 Jul 2013
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