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Chest pain under left breast after eating, pulsing vein. No history of cardiac problems. Causes?

My chest hurts after I eat. It is right under my left breast . It mostly happens after I eat dinner but I can have it as early as breakfast. The pain goes away if I press on the area and I can feel the vein/ artery pulsing under my fingers and the pain subsides. I am 27 years old and I have no history of cardiac problems. My chest never hurts other than when I eat. I have read other places that it could be as a result of fatty foods but this has happened even if I just eat vegetables. I am vegetarian and for the most part vegan although I do eat eggs and the rare cheese. I drink primarily water.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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this pain may be due to gastric ulcer disease.take esemeprazole 20 mg daily for a month.if not responding then consult with a gastroenterologist.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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