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Have chest pain extending to back, under breast, abdomen. Done abdomen scan, x-ray. Nothing significant, pain persists

I am chizea from Nigeria, I have for a very long time now been experiencing a serious left chest pain,it has gradually extended to the back side,under the breast,down to the left abdomen. I have done series of test,done abdomen scan once, done xtray four times and nothing seem to be seen. But this pain has continued...though I don't loose strength but its a serious cause of concern. I will be glad if a solution Can be giving
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
hi i read ur ailment it is very pain ful condition but not so dangerous. it is tetane due to deficiency of calcium of in betw which causes the spasam of muscles in between the ribs so ribs r not in align ment and it cause stabing pain in the ribs area,treatment is to remove the defficiency with intra venous inj of calcium gluconate with vit c and by mouth calcium pento thenate tab tw o times a day
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Homeopath Dr. Suryawanshi Dinesh.'s  Response
i think its spasmodic pain it aggravetes after exertion please avoid exertion and take care..and take homoeopathic medicine ....that medicine is 'ammonium carb'
in 200 potancy ,two times in day
for. 8 days....
or concern homoeopathic doctor ...its cured by homoeopathy...
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