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Diagnosed with Multifocal Artrial Trachcardia, nausea, burning from liver to chest, liver leisons

I recently was diagnosed with Multifocal Artrial Trachcardia. I was put on Diltiazem 240mg er and Lisinipril 10 mg and Lipitor 10 mg. On 8-14-2013. I in the last month have had serious nausea and burning from my liver up to my chest. I was found to have 2 liver leisons on Catscan and MRI. Every time I eat even the smallest item it burns like fire. Its not heartburn , its right to middle just below my ribs. My gallbladder was fine and so was everything else. I am feeling its one of my medications. I have to get a liver biopsy nest. I am tired of the burning. Any answers?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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Burning sensation near right coastal area indicates many pathologies but you said that the MRI and CT has detected some lesions, the exact nature of these lesions not stated here, your symptoms and the suspicious pathologies does not correlated, other serology test are require to confirm the diagnosis, the problem must lies in stomach or in your stress area, functional condition,,, Multifocal Techycardia needs further studies, it is not given any thing here that on basis it is Multifocal Arterial techycardia, have nice day.
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