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Chest pain and with a feeling of swollen neck - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Lung and Chest disorders
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi, i was wondering what could I possibly have if i have chest pain and it feels like my neck is swollen but doesnt look to be.
User :   and i have been having headaches
Doctor :   Could you explain me about the sequence of events
User :   sequence of events?
Doctor :   How it started, when it started
Doctor :   and did it progress over how much period of time
User :   it started saturday night and has hurt ever sense i did have a cold last week but am fine now.
User :   yes, it worse than it was saturday
Doctor :   are you explaining about chest pain or swollen neck or headache
User :   the pain it feels like is when you run when its cold outside and you get chest pain
User :   the chest pain i was explaining about
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   I got it
Doctor :   So how much time each episode stays
Doctor :   and how does it subside?
User :   i have the chest pain constently
User :   and it hurts worse when i breath in
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   Can you explain the location of it?
Doctor :   exactly with respect to you nipples
Doctor :   and which side

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