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Teenager. Bad chest pain while breathing. Histroy of breathing problem, acid reflux. On inhalers. Anything wrong?

Hi i'm an 18 yr old girl, 165lbs (75kg), 5' 6.5". I'm very active and i have been experiences troubles breathing and chest pain for about 6.5 years now. I have bad acid reflux and i've been on a couple different antacids. I've also taken many different inhalers. I started experiencing really bad chest pains about 9 days ago. Every time I take a deep breath in, it feels like someone is swinging a hammer into my heart/left lung. Do you have any ideas what could be wrong? my doctor said it could just be chest tightness because i haven't taken my puffer for a while, or it could just be normal pains cause i'm a girl.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
case of food allergy
mostlikely milk
after 2 years if we add milk and diary many persons start having problems
of different diseases
but as the ime increases the problms increases and allergic problems accurs that is you problem
get blood serum test for specific antibodies for milk and can also add wheat chana potato rice egg nuts to confirm other foods
elimination can reverse your symptomps
now you can hace cefixime 200 mg bd
'tab singular 10 mg tds
syp ventrolin 1 tsf tds
syp gelusil 2 tsf tds
inhalers you can continue
presently withdraw milk and diary from diet
take cefixime 5 days and others 3 wk
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