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Having chest discomfort. Had gastric bypass and ovarian cancer. Stomach flu?

I started not feeling well this last sat. I felt a little shaky inside and had some pain when I took a deep breath. A little nauseous. By Monday, I was still the same, but now have aches in my chest, sides and stomach area when I take a deep breath, hiccup or burp. Went in to see a dr, ....he examined me, and took a urine sample. Nothing showed up. He thought I might be getting the stomach flu . I ve stayed home the last two days. Not really hungry, but am able to eat. Background..... 11 years ago...weighed 413 lbs....had a gastric bypass down to 225. Diagnosed with ovarian cancer march of 2010. They got it, went thru 4 rounds of chemo to make sure......weight back up to 285, but generally feel pretty good, other than this.
Asked On : Sun, 13 Jan 2013
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you had undergone a bariatric surgery. The symptoms you are describing are vague and non specific. Based on this information no diagnosis can be made. You have given 4 cycle of chemotherapy means you had early stage ovarian cancer. From oncological point of view you are alright. Your chest pain may be due to angina and myocardial infarction is also a pssibility. Consult your physician. Take care.
Answered: Wed, 23 Jan 2013
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