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Intermittent chest pain after an episode of heavy drinking. Had intense vomiting after drinking. Remedy?

Hi, We have a reunion party last saturday night and we drank rhum and vodka after (with Softdrinks as chaser). I felt that I am already drunk so I went away and puked secretly. When I lay down to sleep, I can feel pain in my check. It s like something is stuck in there. Then the pain will be gone but back for about 5 minutes. Then it constantly repeating (gone then back again). Up until now, i can still feel the pain. I was thinking that my vomiting caused the pain and some fluid enters the track of air to the lungs (actually that was my wild guess, i am not sure so i am asking professionals now). Please advise what is my sickness and how can I cure it. Thanks a lot!
Asked On : Thu, 31 Jan 2013
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Apparently you like the booze, but the booze doesn't like you.

Vomiting most likely caused abrasions in the esophagus. (Abrasion is a kind of wound.) It will heal by itself in few days. Particulate matter is unlikely to have gone into the respiratory tract (or lungs as you put it).

Worried like hell?
You can go for Gastro-Esophagoscopy. By the time you get an appointment the pain, hopefully, will have disappeared.

Dr. Ashok Koparday
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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