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Having lung infection. Taking antibiotic. Started pain in stomach and chest. Taking buscopan and antibiotic

Firstly I should say that I do have an ongoing problem with a lung infection and am on long term antibiotics . The infection was discovered about 6 months ago along with some diviculitis - the latter was sometimes uncomfortable but not severe. I have not had any pain over the last 6 months with my stomach or chest. In the last 4 weeks I have developed quite severe pain right across my stomach and up the centre part of my chest. I do not have any blood pressure problems or breathing issues nor pain in my arms. I have been to my doctor who just prescribed another short course antibiotic and some buscopan.
Asked On : Wed, 14 Mar 2012
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The pain in the stomach area and centre of chest could be because of gastritis. I hope you are not taking any pain killers esp those belonging to NSAID group. If your doctor has ruled out any major problem with your heart and lungs, i suggest that you take a PPI like Pan 40 and a prokinetic like itopride. This should help you.
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