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Chest pain

My brother is 41 years old, weighs 75 kg. About a couple of months ago he ate some paan(betel leaf)- he usually never eats it; and doubled up in pain across his throat and chest. Yesterday, he had a similar episode with a 'tight' feeling in his chest after eating lunch at home ( no paan this time). The constricted feeling went away after a while but he hasn't got it checked with a doctor yet.He has a little belly fat, a sedentary lifestyle, but he walks and swims 5 days a week. He's vegetarian (eats eggs), mostly suffers from a bloated feeling and has dark circles under his eyes. He has no family history of any heart disease whatsoever. What should we make of it?
  magicwand on 2007-09-06
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Just to make sure, get him checked by a cardiologist.

It may be an indication of indigestion, but many times heart problems too mimic those of indigestion.

gavinimurthy last decade

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