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Sharp pain under breast, occuring every other minute. What could this be?

Hello, when I went to bed I got a short sharp pain in my left side under my breast , as though it was in my heart . It feels like a painful heart beat. I woke up at 4am and i have been getting one about every minute which only lasts for 1 second, however it woke me up and i cannot go back to sleep. I have had some boiled water and paracetamol . I went for a meal last night and had 2 diet cokes.
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
chances are of hyperacidity
as the symptomps explain
but you should investigate for heart of abdominal organ involvement by getting ecg and ultrasound abdomen
mean time can use antacids in liquid form tds
lot of warm water
non oily non greesy and non fatty food for few days
use metronidazole 200 mg bd for 3 days to control infection if any
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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