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I'm a male. I've been having severe chest pain in the past associated with headache but after consultation to doctor and series of tests which include Chest X-ray and Ultra Scan was conducted but all proved negative. The doctor suggested chest rheumatism and recommeded drugs which i administered for a while and the pain sudsided. But, recently, i've been having slight pain on my chest associated with headache but i'm not coughing. pls, what is wrong. pls advise.


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replied July 4th, 2010
Headache and Migraines Answer A13843
Thanks for using this forum...

These rheumatic disorders have a way of reappearing..hence i will suggest an examination and with your height you need to be careful about your heart also....

take care...


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