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Heart keeps skipping beat, have hiccups in the abdomen. Is everything okay?

I m hiccuping and my heart is skipping every time it hurts in my heart and feels like some one is pulling my rib cage out of my abdomen every time I hiccup. It is now hurting to inhale. When I hiccup and my heart skips at the same time I feel like I can t speak or breathe because I feel like my body needs to push all air out. My collar bone on the left side has started hurting since my heart started skipping with hiccups.
Asked On : Wed, 2 Jan 2013
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THIS IS GERD OR ACID REFLUX
WHEN YOU HAVE MORE ACID FORMATIO IN STOMACH IT CAN CAUSE REFLUX OESOPHAGITIS CAUSING
THESE SYMPTOMPS.
STO OILY GREESY FOOD
AVOID MILK AND DIARY FOR 3 WK
TAKE ALLEGRA 120 MG OD
SYP TOSSEX1/2 TSF(CPM+CODEINE)AT NIGHT
SYP GELUSIL 2 TSF TDS
YOU CONTINUE FOR 3 WK
IFRECURENCE OCCUR YOU CAN POST AGAIN

Answered: Wed, 24 Apr 2013
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