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Chest pain
Hello doctor, From last few days m having chest pain from 5-6 days, had visited to my pulmonologist as I m asthma patient, I take inhaler when it's required not daily, he prescribed combihale -200 & levolin rotacaps 100 MCG twice morning n night, ( taking from last 4 days n continued still more for 5 days),star CV 625, methylprednisolone dispersible tablet one in morning n half on night, easy air only on night, asthalin syrup thrice a day. I am thyroid patient taking eltroxin 100, I had my renal angioplasty in 2007, since long I used to take only one tablet ecosprin 75 av, but due to my health situation, my cardiologist replaced medicine to clopilet 75, n rosuvas 10. Started these medicines from last 2 days..but still having pain on my chest feeling cunjuction..feeling muscus when swallow anything.. Pls guide what to do? Thanks.
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More detailed history is required which you have not given. In view of your age and other comorbidities, you need a detailed evaluation
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Consult a pulmonologist. I’m available
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Needed detailed history, do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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Is your cardiac evaluation such as ecg / echo done ? Any imaging reports like chest x ray ? Likely consider for a personal video consult for detailed analysis and treatment plan
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Hi. I understand your concerns . Open a private consult for detailed analysis of your symptoms and to send you treatment prescription
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