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Indigestion and pain on both shoulders
Hi, today i went to a cardiologist because i had a shortness of breath for two days, and he suggested me to take a "TMT and ECHO 2d test" TMT i done for 8 Mins and no treatment is required for me. i have 140/90 BP, still i feels or thinks like i have breathing problem. He saw all my report and told everything is NORMAL. but still i have shoulder problem and indigestion and sometime its pinching on my heart. i want to know whether it, i want to know whether it is due to gastric problem?
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Hi dear it's related to digestive system A homoeopathic constitutional treatment will give you a permanent cure naturally You can easily take an online consultation for further treatment guidance Medicines will reach you via courier services Also your blood pressure is high for your age but mild
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this is flatulence complain. take homeopathic treatment it treat ur condition. because homeopathy work on principle of individualization.
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