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Chronic pain, shortness of breath, tightness in chest, tiredness. ECG, blood test showed no problems. Recommendations?

Hi , I am enquiring on behalf of my husband . A few weeks ago he went to A&E with chronic pain, shortness of breath & tightness in chest . ECG, XRay, Bloodtest showed that there was no problem with heart or lungs. After 6 hours they sent him home non the wiser, but after resting for that length of time, the pain had subsided. Since then he has no energy, tiredness & the pain returns on any form of exursion. It appears to be more slightly on the right hand side, slightly off centre just above the asoficus.
Asked On : Thu, 25 Apr 2013
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sometimes chronic gastritis and gerd can give to these symptomps
you can go in for ultrasound abdomen
as there are sometimes silent gall bladder stones leading to these problems
and at the moment start with rinitidine 150 mg empty stomach
syp gelusil 2 tsf tds
plenty of warm water may be 3 glasses of warm water at a strech empty stomach and before sleep if possible
give liuids in the form of juices glucase elctral powder 3 - 4 times in one hour even if in small amount but should be taken at 20 to 30 mts interval
soups etc can be taken
Answered: Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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