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Chest pain
I was tested covid positive two months back and was in home quarantine and took prescribed medicine for 10 days Post recovery I was having mild chest pain at random places like sharp pain for a second I was seeing this pain decreasing gradually over the weeks, from yesterday night I'm feeling mild pain in right side diaphragm area when I do deep breath, lean down or forward, turning over during sleep I don't have cough or cold
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Might be gastritis ..Better evaluation take a appointment with Pulmonologist
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Do a online consultation with a pulmonologist for further evaluation and management
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Hi. I understand your concern s. do a online consult for a detailed analysis of your symptoms and to suggest you further management plan and treatment prescription
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Post covid chest pain is a becoming common problem presently.As per your description, itay be gastricualgia,or fibrosis Pl  use pain killer,paracetamol sos,, and sompraz 40,1tab morning on empty stomach  for 5 days.If does not subside,pl consult Pulmonologist online with all the reports and treatment taken.
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