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Suffer from reflux, taking Somac. Gall bladder removed, on Nexium now, still left side chest pain, cramps. What to do ?

I have suffered from reflux for four years and was taking somac. In november 2012 i had my gall bladder removed the somac does not work so i am now on nexium it relieved the pain of reflu for three weeks but now it only working for half a day continue too get pai on left side of chest after eating and also the right along with some cramps in right leg
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Thank you for the query.

The treatment of acid reflux without gastroscopy is pointless. Its because acid reflux can be triggered by Helicobacter Pylori infection. Moreover it cab be a symptoms of stomach cancer and Nexium treatment delays its diagnose.
H.Pylori infection needs to be eradicated what will remove acid stimulation factor.
Chest pain should be always checked with heart condition. Especially if the pain radiates to the left arm or jaw, shortness of breath appears.

I suggest you to have gastroscopy done as well as heart ECG and stress test. In case of H.Pylori infection, antibiotics course is necessary.

Hope this will help.
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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