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Have GERD, neck pain, heaviness in chest, twitching in lips. Taken Zantac, lanzap, amoxicillin. What is wrong?

I was told i have moderate GERD. I took zantac and lanzap before. still on lanzap. still having weired feelings in my neck hwavyness in my chest and stomach. i went to the doctor, now i'm on two antibiotics (Clarithromycin and amoxicillin plus the lanzap) im still feeling sick head aches burning in my breast, chest and sometimes stomach. i'm worried about it and i think im now stressed my head is heavy at times feel spaced out recently i realized a heaviness in my legs sometimes i feel like im just going to die i also feel nervous sometimes, twitching on the right corner of my lips and even other part of my body like my leg or hand (a little feeling like its jumping) my blood pressure is always normal even when i have the heaviness in my head. the top number for quite some time now is 30. I am a female, age 28. i'm tired of going to the doctors very confuse. (i did c-scan on my chest, tyroid test, a cat scan on my head in 2009, and the barium meal which shows i have the reflux i also did two heart test because my heart was racing at one point and i was told my heart is ok. i really cannot concentrate on anything for too long right now i feel so down. need help
Asked On : Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Sep 2013
Hi, thanks for the query to H.C. M. C.
Sure there is gastritis and mind it that is very common in Indians so please need not to worry at all.
Your's problems are that you feeling heavyness in chest, in stomach. Feeling headache, legs are heavy and little bit confusion.
Please note that these type of reflux oesophagitis ( heaviness in chest ) don't treated with simple treatment by a physician so you should also take an advice psychiatrist.
As far as concerned about many tests and examinations you have gone through, this will give you some booster that nothing is wrong in your case.
First of all not that every thing which we wants not happens in same as we require so adjust according to situations and you feel relax.
2nd point is that different type of persons have different type of pain threshold i.e. one can feel very less pain while others feel very high pain.
In this way be happy and see the beauty of world. Good luck. Dr. HET.
Answered: Thu, 11 Apr 2013
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Cardiologist Dr. Anantharamakrishnan's  Response
Hi friend,
Welcome to Health Care Magic

You are treated for H.pylori infection / in addition to the hiatus hernia. Good

Rest of your symptoms are unlikely to be from it and point to the possibility of ANXIETY and/or DEPRESSION. You need and you will benefit greatly from PSYCHIATRIC ASSESSMENT and ASSISTANCE. Discuss with your doctor and get referred...

Take care
Wishing speedy recovery
God bless
Good luck
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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