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Chest pain
Hi, Yesterday, I experienced a sharp chest pain on the right side around 12:30 pm when I was having my lunch. The pain lasted for few seconds and it was very sharp. After few minutes I experienced another few episodes of sharp pain on the right side of chest again (same place I believe) which lasted for a short duration - hardly 1s. Since then I am very anxious and worried and I had another episodes of chest pains later in the day which were relatively mild and not that sharp. I had a peaceful sleep. Today around the same time (12:30pm around), I experienced weird sensation in my stomach followed by nausea and anxiety. However, I didn't feel any chest pain but constant anxiety for few minutes. My hands went cold. I was able to walk and do my daily work whole day today but I have this constant fear and worry that it may come again. Please help.
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Plenty of Salads and Fruits in Diet.Avoid oily and fried food.Eat Small frequent meals. Avoid Chillies, Spices, Cauliflower, Beans, Peppers, tea , coffee especially at night. Avoid alcohol and smoking.Avoid Carbonated drinks , juices .  Don't lie down immediately after meals .At least for 30 minutes. Also you need to get few tests done so immediately
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