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Continuous chest pains, frequent urge to burp. Advised gastro consultation. What could this be?

About 3 months I have been having chest pains. They started under my right breast and now are in the dead center between my breasts. I have seen a cardiologist and he has tested and ruled out my heart as a cause and now suggests seeing a gastro doc. What could this be? It has progressively gotten worse and is almost a constant ache. I do have pressure there as if I need to burp but nothing eases it. Thanks for your help!
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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from your history its quite sure that your pain is not related to heart problem
there are many reason for this type of pain out of muscle and bone related pain are common like costochondritis
i advice to consult first family physician
get it done some routine investigation as advice by your family physician
take care
Answered: Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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