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Abdominal pain, hard stools, hurting tightness on chest. ECG normal. Had lung collapse. Done nerve repair. Nervous, Advise?

Hi i was woundering.. i have abdominal lower and upper pain... stomach pain and im on tecta 40 g once a day.. i am a 34 yearold male skinny and i also belive i have gottin anxiety from this.. the doctor thinks i may have a ulcer or acid reflex gerd.. i get so nervious and my chest always tightins.. when i push on mid part of my chest cavity on the left in one spot it feels so sensitive and when that part gets irritated from cloths i wear it herts more and i worry more.. is this normal.. ive had ecg done they said it was fine... they said it was muscles in my cheat cavity.. also my long colapesd when i was 20 and they did some nerve damage on left side... so question is... i have anxiety.... stomach pain and my stools have NO blood but there hard and bunny like. I get nervious about everything it has affected my job because im affraid it might haven in public.. the chest pain..... what should i do
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Sounds to me like you should see your GP or maybe a specialist to help you with your issues. You have a collection of issues that may be all related to stress and anxiety i.e., stomach pain, anxiety, chest tightness, and stool may need something to help relieve the anxiety. Your GP should be able to help you with this.
Answered: Tue, 18 Jun 2013
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