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Treatment for blocked nose which causes chest pain - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Ear, Nose and Throat Problems
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Doctor :   hi
User :   i am having blocked nose for a mth
Doctor :  
how can i help you?
Doctor :  
User :   and now when i take deep breathe, i will feel chest pain
User :   more to right side
Doctor :  
User :   i hv seen specialist, nothing in throat n nose and ear
User :   wat happen to me.
Doctor :  
do you have cold, cough or fever associated?
User :   my blocked nose happen right after i back from UK a month ago
User :   nope
Doctor :  
did the specialist do a nose examination?
User :   yes
User :   nothing inside
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
when was the checkup done?
User :   but i hv chest pain now when deep breathe
User :   \last sunday
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
for the chest pain
Doctor :  
which side of the chest is it paining? right left or center?
User :   my shoulder feel tired as well
User :   right
Doctor :  
User :   any advice?
Doctor :  
you will probably need a chest x-ray done adn also a few blood tests to determine the exact cause for it
User :   what kind of blood test?
User :   but last time , on and off i used to hv breathing diffuclty
Doctor :  
Complete blood count, ESR and AEC

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