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Chest Pain recurring persistently. Does these symptoms increases with mental stress ?

Hi - Can you address my concern following. Thanks for your consideration. I fear I have something wrong with my heart or lungs or chest - my chest hurts for 2 and a half days now - A doctor released me post-taking and reviewing my EKG and CT Scan two nights ago in the ER after I drove myself there at 2:00am resolving to go because I felt chest pain I never felt before. I am feeling chest pain off and on and it is something new to me - it feels like concentrated pressure spots inside my chest moving around or expanding then dissipating. The past weekend I went to Orlando and rode many roller coasters. I also moved some furniture at the beginning of this week. I think the symptoms increase with mental stess.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
hello.. if the ekg, n bp is normal and u hv been exanined by ur doctor.. u can do a sgot n sgpt test.. tha pian can also be due to lifting furnitures.. .. destress ur self and take rest n sleep..
take belladona 200 single dose its a homeoapthic medicine n report
Answered: Thu, 10 Mar 2011
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General & Family Physician Dr. Pragnesh Vachharajani's  Response
thanks for choosing health care magic.See normal ekg rules out major cardiac issues.In some cases patient with normal ekg may have heart problems.this could be due to acid gas problems in your stomach.Due to irregular and heavy food taken a times as you said you were on vacation and with alcohol this can be aggravated.So get in tough with your family doctor and he will take care of this.In mean time take light diet,more of juices and soups etc.Take an antacid tablet or syrup.And get in touch with your doctor.
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