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Abdominal/chest pressure...confusion

Hi, I have been experiencing feelings of emptiness, combined with great pressure in my chest, stomach, esophagus and mid - upper back. It predominantly felt localised in my right side. This pressure feeling also occurs around the diaphragm area sometimes simultaneously, but, more commonly on its own, usually during some kind of exertion. I have also been experiencing more gas/bloating. I have M.E./CFS but dont think these symptoms are linked as I haven't experienced them throughout the last two years of having CFS. Any ideas would be really helpful? Thank you Smile
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replied March 17th, 2015
Thank you for asking

I read your question and I understand your concern. These are likely stomach discomforts. Take some antacids and see if it helps. Modify diet and lifestyle.

Get an ekg done to be on the safer road.

I hope it helps. Consult your doctor as our advice is just for education purposes only.

Take care

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