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Lump under the sternum goes towards the back, worsens after drinking alcohol, exercise, Heartburn, throat mucus and cough. What can be wrong?

For a few months now, I have had a 50 cent piece sized lump under my sternum that feels like it goes towards my back instead of sticking outward, as if it were one of my organs. It has a constant light, dull pain 24/7 and worsens if I drink alcohol , excerise, lift heavy objects, etc. I have also recently been having violent heartburn , which I have never had at all before. I also have light to medium heart pain spreaded throughout each day. For months now, it has also felt like I have mucus in my throat 24/7 which causes me to cough it up on a regular basis. I am male, just short of being 20 years old. PLEASE help figure out what is wrong with me, I feel like I am dying.
Asked On : Fri, 11 May 2012
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Hello Friend,
What is your 'wrong with you' is not reflected in the letter. Only the physical symptoms you explained do not give the picture of YOU. It necessarily includes your mental conditions also. You may not be aware that your mental make up and status also can make you sick in the physical plain. You have to come in detail with them. I am a Homoeopath and I feel that in this young age, you are showing symptoms of some mental stress and strain. Remember, a tumour also can be produced in this manner.
Consult an expert Homoeopath and give him all the details about YOU and then you will be cured. Your tumour also will be cleared.
Please avoid all chemical drugs.
With best wishes for a speedy recovery through Homoeopathy,
Dr. C. J. Varghese
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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