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Chest Pain
I am having a chest pain from last 6 months. But it increased a lot in these 2 months, it's paining 24 hours. I am suspecting it as stone in gall bladder.
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Need ecg Usg abdo Atleast
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Hello madam, There are so many conditions can cause Chest pain as u described. It could be a problem in ur gall bladder, Heart, stomach, muscle, Bone, psychological etc. For accurate diagnosis, have a private consultation with me.
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gall stone or heart pain or stomach pain consult for treatment.
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Is it chest pain or abdominal pain? Dull or throbbing?
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consult me for further assistance
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