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I have chest pain and diagonised with gastric

I get severe pain in the middle of my chest which lasts for few seconds only. I have undergone angioplasty four years ago. My doctor on examining diagonised it to be only a gastric ailment and prescribed medicine required to eliminate the gas. Today the second day, I still get the pain which is quite mild. Will I get rid of the pain completely soon enough ? Please advise what am i to do now ? I fear the pain may be related to heart . Kumar Chainani
Asked On : Fri, 28 Jan 2011
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hi kumari chainani,
Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum

Please dont worry because the medicine take some time to do its full please wait for 7-10 days.I hope your doctor diagnose gastric alinments after proper medical and laboratory investigations.if it is only due to gastric alinmentsthen you should get complete relief.

My suggestion if it doesn't relief after 7-10 days you please visit your doctor.

take care
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