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Severe chest pain with burping and belching. Could it be heart related?

hello...i justa want to ask about chestpain ..Im worried i have heart problem..Im having this chest pain once a week or twice a month somrtimes but it bothers me much because its very painfult that ineed not to move untilthe pain stops,the pain takes 1 minute and after that i always burp and belching ...plesa help me..thank you very much
Asked On : Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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welcome to health care magic
typical chest pain caused by heart is pain in central chest , radiate to any of arm and shoulder , increase in intensity on exertion and relives on rest , may associate with shortness of breath and sweating ,
your history of chest pain is not typical of heart pain but more likely related to acidity issue ,
consult your family physician and take some antacid and if your pain still persist then do TMT test .
take care
Answered: Sun, 25 Nov 2012
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