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Chest Pain + Other

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  • Posted By: jimniu25
  • April 7, 2009
  • 01:45 AM

So I am a 26 male 5'7 148. Basically I havent felt really good in three years. I've had different symptons throught out that time and of course they diagnosed me with anxiety/depression. I have been to mayo clinic in Minnesota last year. They put me on cymbalta. I have a different symptom now, statred 3 months aga, chest pain on the left side. I had a stress test done that came back ok. I had stereoid shots into my chest but it didnt help. So they diagnosed me with chest wall pain and told me to take advil. I am not happy with that answer because it is really painful at times. it feels like a bone is bruised, very tender to touch. Then, I went to the dentist last week and out of the blue he asked if I had any health problems. Which I find relavent becasue he has no clue of my history. He said my tongue has a yellowish whitish color that concernes him. He took some xrays of it but Im not sure what doctor I should see about this. Honestly, I am so tired of doctors, I have been to so many it has cost me a fortune. I deal with pain on a daily basis and hope someone can help me here. Any Ideas:confused:

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  • Yellow/white tongue sounds to me like candida. You might want to take some accidolpholis (available at a health food store) to replenish the good bacteria that should be in your stomach. I doubt this is your entire problem but it is a sign something is not right.
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