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I am 7months pregnant and having weird chest pains

It usually starts at nite. pain starts in whole chest then radiates up my neck and to the side of my head it is bad enough that I quit breathing in an attempt to ease the discomfort for a second.I have had an ekg ,a stress test. both came up neg. for anything.Anyone have an idea what is goin on with me ? ok doc has already checked me for gerd (neg) but has me on Prilosec just to be sure. No burning feeling,just a crushing sensation, like I am being expanded from the inside reverse crush. And I always eat before 6:30pm and go to bed around 10pm. comes and goes. will come on. last for a minute and then go away for a minute then come back again. does this pretty much all night. but not every nite.
Asked On : Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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You might have some compression of a nerve root in your back since the only time you state you get this pain is at night.You have covered the obvious sources such as cardiac and gi. Your pregnant so you should not get x-rays unless in an emergency. You could see a chiroprator for an assessment only or physiotherapist. Your famiy Dr could send you for nerve conduction studies or to a neurologist. I've hurt my back and I've gone through the same thing, it's not pleasant.Does the pain stay constant or does it ease off?
Answered: Thu, 10 Dec 2009
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