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Right sided pain from head to chest, tension due to exams. Normal symptoms?

Hi, This is for my brother. he is 20 years now. he has got pain on his right side from head upto chest (right side head, eyes, teeth , throat , chest). not in arms. he got this few time and now recently he is getting it every day. He is studying and told there is some tensions about exams. Is this normal or any major problem. I look forward to hearing from you. many thanks
Asked On : Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
hi kraj, your brothers symptoms might be due to tension head ache, which is one type of head ache in which pain would be severe on one side of the head, face over that side eye and behind the eyes and even the upper jaw.. might be this pain could radiate to neck and chest or pain in the neck and chest could be due to some other cause. its advisable to consult a psychiatrist/neurologist for the treatment in the from of medication..
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Psychiatrist Dr. Gourav Monga's  Response

welcome to the forum

Don't worry and relax

As you have told he probably has somatic features of anxiety which might be due to exam no need to get worried

However physician's consultation should be ought once followed by a psychiatrist if needed.......

Good Luck


Answered: Mon, 15 Oct 2012
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