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Having chest pain, loose stools. Normal ECG report. Reason?

I am 49 years old man. weight 76 kg. morning around 9 a.m. I had some right chest pain . Had medicine (pudin hara and garlic) for gas. Around 11 a.m. I experienced loose motion. Now feel O.K. Even some years back I had this type of problem due to gas. Always I took ecg and found negative. This time i did not consult any doctor. Anything to worry.
Asked On : Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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if your are feeling comfortable and you do not have chest pain any more then it may be related to your gall bladder more than heart how ever it is always safer to get ecg done.if you are having such right sided chest pain then consult a cardiologist once just to be safe then i would suggest you to go to gastroenterologist because you may have gall bladder associated problem which may be causing you pain on right side, you should get an ultrasound done for your gall bladder, because there may be stone present in it.your gas related problem also will be assessed by gastroenterologist only and he will guide you further.
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dr. mukesh
Answered: Sat, 23 Mar 2013
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