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Having pain in back, chest, cough, earache. X-ray, blood test clear. What is cause of chest pain?

I have been having upper left back pain , chest ache and on & off ear ache, with a cough sometimes for the last month. My Doctor took x-rays of my back and chest and blood work. She said everything was normal with my x-rays, and blood test results were fine with the exception of my kidneys were dehydrated. she gave me an appointment to get an ultrasound on my kidneys. But what about this chest ache I have.
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
Hello,
You had your chest Xray done and it is fine.That means chest is ok.
You have problem with your kidneys.
When the kidneys are not working then the body , heart have fluid overload and hyperdynamic state.
Which causes extra strain over the heart and so the chest pain arises.
You must consult a physician ,Nephrologist .
And get done an ECG and blood pressure estimation.
Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response
THERE CAN BE ABDOMINAL CAUSE OR SINUS CAUSE
ULTRASOUND ABDOMEN WILL RULE OUT THE CAUSELIKE GALL BLADDER KIDNEY GERD OR OTHER PROBLEMS WHICH CAN CAUSE GERD AND PRESSURE ON CHEST
THE POST NASAL DRIP O SINUS AGAIN CAUSE GERD WITH PAIN CHEST AND EAR PAIN AND COUH
GET XRAY PNS WATERS VIW TO GET RESULTS AND CONSULT SPECIALIST TO TREAT SINUSITIS ON ALLERGY GUIDELINES WHICH CAN CURE YOUR PROBLEMS

Answered: Wed, 17 Jul 2013
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