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Stomach pain post eating, no ulcers, pain in lower breast bone, heart palpitations. Causes for symptoms?

My stomach always hurt after I eat,but I already went to the test,like upper GI to see if I have ulcer ,but they found none.I went to ultra sound for my bladder and my liver ,they found nothing wrongThe pain start in lower part of stomach and its like the pain is striking in my lower breast bone.Sometimes I feel like my heart beats so fast and my palms and feet are sweating.What do you think the problem is?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Hi, thank you for posting.

I have gone through your query and I understand your concerns.

Your symptoms are caused by emotional disorders, more exactly panic attacks.

You should contact a psychiatrist in order to confirm the diagnosis.

The treatment for this disease include psychological therapies and medications.
In these cases I recommend Xanax.

I hope this answer is helpful.

All the best.
Dr. Behar.
Answered: Sun, 29 Jun 2014
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