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Have mid chest pain. Normal tests. Have gastric mucosal prolapse. Want relief

Hi, I sachin Kumar, Male 33 years, Weight-62 KG, Height-5.8 , having mid chest pain on anytime once or twice a week for 2-4 hr sometime mild or sometime heavy but no Vomit from last 3-4 Months before. Having No Blood Sugar, No BP, Urine Routine - Normal all values are in between standard value. Chest X-Ray Chest PA - Normal, ECG - Normal, Tread Mill Stress Test -Normal, Oesophageal Manometry Report- Normal, 2D-Echo With Colour Doppler - Normal. Gastroscopy Report- OESOPHAGUS(PROXIMAL-Normal, DISTAL-Normal, OG-JUNCTION: LES-Lax Gastric Mucosal Prolapse ). Stomach(Fundus-Normal, Body-Normal, Antrum-Normal, Pylorus-Normal) Duodenum (Bulb-Normal, 2nd Part-Normal, Biopsy: Normal) Impression-LES-Lax Gastric Mucosal Prolapse For this i ll take (1)Tablet Sompraz 4mg twice a day before 1/2 hr food for 3 months (Still Taking). (2) Kinpride 1mg twice a day before 1/2 hr food for 3 Months (Still Taking), (3) Adesam 20 mg twice a day after 1/2 hr food for 1 Months(Course Completed) But Right now still pain is done and no more satisfactory relief.
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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hi Mr. Sachin,
thanks for your query
from your history its evident that you have GERD which can be the cause of chest pain. i advice you the following -
1. sleep with head end elevation
2. continue sompraz and kinpride as before
3. avoid spicy food
4. drink at least 3-4 lt water in 24 hours
5. lignocaine gel or mucaine gel after food once daily
6. stop smoking if you are smoker
wet and watch the result for 1 month
if not releived do consult a gastrosurgeon
with this i also advise you to do a HRCT thorax
thank you
Answered: Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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