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Having chest pain. What could be the cause? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 03-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Lung and Chest disorders
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Practicing since : 2005
Answered : 2408 Questions
Doctor:How are you?
User:If a persone is cmg to doctor means some health issue
Doctor:Its basic courtesy
Doctor:How can I help?
User:I havw minor chaste pain from morning
Doctor:How old are you?
User:I hope my age details all are with you
Doctor:did you send them across?
User:24 Yeare
Doctor:what is your height and weight?
User:5.4 , 60 kg
Doctor:do you smoke/
Doctor:is there a family history of heart disease?
User:first time minor pain
Doctor:does the pain increase on exertion or breathing in or movement?
User:little bit, if i press then more i can fill
User:the pain is opposite site to hart
Doctor:Is there any cough or fever?
User:cough, little bit, no fever
Doctor:Since when do you have the cough?
Doctor:Also is there any phlegm?
Doctor:There could be 2 possibilities XXXXXX
Doctor:One is a muscle sprain
Doctor:The other is a lower respiratory tract infection
Doctor:What I want you to do is
Doctor:Apply some Volini gel and put a hot water bottle on that area
Doctor:If it gets better, its only a muscle spasm
Doctor:and its not something we should be worrying about
Doctor:If it doesnt get better\
Doctor:please see a physician
Doctor:Its possibly an infection and you would need a course of antibiotics
Doctor:Do you follow?
User:Is there is need to take any pain killer
Doctor:If its a spasm
Doctor:Then Volini gel and a hot water bottle will take care of it
Doctor:then we dont need a painkiller
User:is moov is same as Volini gel or i need this specific
Doctor:Its not the same
Doctor:But Moov should also help
Doctor:Volini is anyday better than Moov however
User:ok, thanks, will talk tomorrow if this dont help me
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me
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