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Little bit Pain in chest and gas
When i eat something little bit chest pain start and gas It gives me little bit of breathing problem and when i check in oxygen meter it shows normal Suggest something for this
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start on ppi and double dose of prokinetics check for lung and heart issues. consult me for treatment. chest pain can be heart lung or stomach issues.
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Check and get evaluated Ecg
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Tab pantop 40 mg twice a day before meal Investigation Chest xray Crp Ecg
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consult for further treatment
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Take Rablet L and sucral O
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