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Sever back ache on both sides of spine. Have acidity, chest pain and burning in esophagus. Are these problems related?

hi, since a month i am having severe back ache in the upper part on both the sides of my spine , i have hyperacidity so i feel burning sensation in my esophagus , and now since a week i have chest pain , i am all these problems of mine are interconnected, so please assist me, and let me know the causes for this problem of mune.. thank u..
Asked On : Fri, 10 Aug 2012
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Hi,if you have taken pain killers for your back pain then this can lead to gastritis and hyperacidity,water brash-leading to burning in oesophagus and chest pain.So this way your symptoms could be interconnected.My advise is you first visit a Physician/Cardiologist and get evaluated and rule out first cardiac cause of your chest pain.Once these tests are normal,you can ask your Physician to give you antacids medications to relieve your acidity.Later you consult an Orthopedician and thoroughly get evaluated for your back pain and get it treated.Hope this information is useful to you and help you.Take care.
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