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What do the symptoms of chest pain along with gas and normal BP indicate ?

I am 28yrs old right now in USA.So dont want to go to doctor unless it is really required as medicine is expensive even though we have insurance. I am having some tensions in the office from last 2 months.So in May 2011 i got some gas problem as i didn t taken proper food.After that this month i got some pain below chest .Its like pinching me.My family dont have any heart problems.In may i have my Blood pressure checked ,it was 120/80.Am i going to get any heart disease .So once in a day from last 3 days suddenly the pain comes and go away.Can any one help me on this ?
Asked On : Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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Thanks for query,
most probably you might have acid peptic disease.
but as you have h/o tension in the office and pain is on chest go for ECG and rule out cardiac element and become tension free.
Take Omiprazole daily.
Avoid fried and spicy food.
ok and bye
Answered: Sat, 25 Jun 2011
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