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Have chest pain, ECG normal. Is it throat infection or asthma?

hi, i am 25 years old male, i got a chest pain like a finger point last september 2011, i went to a doc. chest specialist he said nothing is there whereas he did my ecg that time and was normal,, but in January 2012 in winter season, I felt that I was having long and deep breath to complete my breath,, But i had no chest pain that time,, but i had yawning, throat cough that time,, i went to an ENT specilist he said ur nose bone is increased that s why u r having problem so this june 2012 I did a nasal surgery, after 2 or 3 weeks i again felt a throat tightness and cough , but now this month I feel again cough, phelgum, chest tightness (chest pain like a fingertip on my chest) , and mostly the Throat tightness,,, I took a medicine from a general physician he said it is throat infection,, Is it throat infection really or It could be ashtma or any other things before nasal surgery i got my chest xray it was normal,,, please help i am really worried about it
Asked On : Sat, 4 Aug 2012
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Since you are getting the symptoms of chest tightness and tightness in the throat, asthma is a possibility. Are you allergic to anything that you know of or are you uncomfortable industy and smoky environment? I suggest you get absolute eosinophil count and eosinophil percentage on your blood, a x ray chest to rule out any other lung disease and a PFT done. This mayhelp in establishing the diagnosis of asthma. You may take a montair lc and aerocort inhaler 2 puffs 2 to 3 times a day and you will feel better.
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