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Pain on both sides of chest, dizzy, high BP. GERD. Treatment?

Yes Ihave been having pain on both sides of my chest it dosent hurt all the time its a sharp pain that last a little bit then goes away Iwent to a cardo doctor to get my heart checked everything was fine just had high blood pressure on my left side of my chest it hurts on the side like right below my titty on ride side it hurts a little lower Ihave gerd Iwas taking nexum for that Ithought that was it but it still hurts and Isometimes get dizzy and feel like I m about to pass e mail is YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sat, 8 Dec 2012
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Thank you for the query.

GERD is very often associated with asthma. If your disease lasts long enough it can give shortness of breath, some kind of pain when breathing and dizziness. If you do smoke, this can aggravate the symptoms.
Chest pain can be also caused by rib nerves pains due to inflammation; spine disc herniation or by simple muscles pains. Such symptoms can also appear with magnesium deficiency.
You should also have upper GI endoscopy performed (if it wasnt recently done) as maybe this is the reason of your chest pains.
To see lungs condition chest X-ray (or better CT) and blow test should be performed (so called spirometry).

Hope this will help.
Answered: Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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