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Chest pain. Prescribed Razo-L. Likely cause?

Hello Doctor, Good Morning !! I m 41 years old. I m having pain on the upper chest part and back of the chest since last 01 month continuously. When I checked with Gastroenterologist , he gave the medicine RAZO-L which consists of Rabeprazole 20 and Levusiride 75. I’ve been using the tablets for the last 15 days but still of no use. I’ve consulted Cardiologist once again. He said it could be because of muscle contraction in the chest, better consult ortho. So before going to Ortho in person, just wanted to check with the doctor who is available online. Pleas suggest and help me in this regard.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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