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Discomfort in chest, feeling of obstruction, throat inflammation. Taken Calmax. Worried

I m Aidan 25, Since sunday the 24/10/12 ive this feeling in my chest that there is something stuck in my chest. It is very uncomfortable feeling. Now and again my throat gets inflamed also. I have not gone to the toilet proper since sunday only been able to pee. Saturday night i drank a lot of alcohol. on Sunday i took a calmax anxiety tablet, which i take sometimes after alcohol and i also ate fish and chips. Im getting heartburn and a pain in my chest area for the past 3 days like they are stuck there. My body has pains all over like its swollen or something. I made myself get sick twice but i still have same feeling. Would anyone know what this might be as I m very worried I might have cancer or something?thanks
Asked On : Sun, 28 Oct 2012
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Probably all the alcohol and the junk food has resulted in gastritis and also oesophagitis which is causing heart burn, pain and a feeling of something being stuck in the chest. The inflammed throat may be because of reflux of acid into the throat. You may take a Pan 40, syrup sucralfate and a prokinetic like domstal. Avoid alcohol atleast till your symptoms abate. Take a pain killer like calpol for bodyache and take rest. All your symptoms are because of alcohol excess and there is no need to be anxious about cancer as at this stage it looks unlikely.
Answered: Tue, 30 Oct 2012
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