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Chest pain on swallowing, occurs when head is tilted back, sore throat. Treatment?

When I drink, or swallow with my head tilted back I feel pain in the right side of my chest. I only feel that pain when my head is tilted back. I am also dealing with sore throat and heavy breathing . I don t really have a cough. All this has been going on for about 3 days. I am a 31 year old male. 5 10/190. I do smoke . No health problems.
Asked On : Wed, 26 Dec 2012
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HI I am Dr A.K.Srivastava (E.N.T.specialist) have gone through your mail since you are having sore throat with heavy breathing for last 3 days,and you are feeling pain in neck and chest during drinking anything when your head is tilted back means infective pathology is also in chest, so I would like to suggest you to consult your physician for phycal examination and investigations to diagnose properly.I hope you will be satisfied now but still if you have any quary you may contact this site.Thanks.
Answered: Thu, 27 Dec 2012
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