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Why i get chest pain when i lie in unusual position for too long ?

Hi, i have been suffering from this chest pains for about 4 to 5 yrs nw, it comes and go, sometimes it never come for months. It normally comes when i lay on my bed in an unusual position, like when lying sideways whiles studying, in such cases, when i try changing positions i will hear a sound from my chest (is like a splash of water) and feel pains at the same time. sometimes i don t have to change positions to feel the pains, it start paining me if i remain in the unusual position for too long. pls help me , I m i going to die?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Hi, Welcome to Healthcare Magic Forum.
You haven't mentioned your age and gender? Since you've said, you have this pain since 4 to 5 years, if you have no other problem other than this, it may be related to anxiety or Gastritis. Are you Diabetic or Hypertensive? Does the pain increase when you walk or do uphill task? If yes, get a ECG done immediately. Get a Physician evaluation as soon as possible and if you are overweight reduce your weight by regular exercises. In the meantime, reduce stress and sleep for a minimum of 8 hours daily. Take Tab. Pantocid 40mg once daily on empty stomach half hour before breakfast for 2 weeks.
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