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chest pains

Good Afternoon,

I have a question on what I can take for chest pain. I've recently starting having a pain what seems to be under my ribs on my right side. I've never had this pain until three days ago. Changes that have been taken is that I started a diet 2 weeks ago and started to walk more often than usual. I am 22 years old, healthy, had a baby 10 months ago, non-smoker. This pain is very uncomfortable. It mainly hurts when I take a full breath of air or when I bend to my left side, stretching the muscles on my right.
  xvxjennyxvx on 2008-03-18
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if its due to gas, try CARDUUS MARIANUS-Q some 10 drops three times a day for a week.

you can also try CHELIDONIUM MAJUS-Q if cardus doesnt give results.
rishimba last decade
By now you're pain is probably gone. But on the off-chance that it has subsided or is reoccuring, see this post where someone helped me with this:

Eureca last decade
Thank you so much! I'm actually still having the pain.. I had an x-ray done and they didn't see anything wrong except for some pulled muscles from carrying the baby on my right side..
xvxjennyxvx last decade

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