Can ibuprofen cause esophageal spasms

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It can be scary if you are aware of your own risks weight, family history etc. Endoscopy revealed nothing nor did a barium swallow. Now the pain in also in my back.

The water and stretch,for me seem to be related. Might be spastic esophagus but probably not.

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Since Lisinopril causes a throat problem leading to a cough, I'm wondering if it also affects my esophagus, since the throat and esophagus tissue are the same. I have had terrible gut and intestine pain too. You need to relieve the strain that nicotine puts on the body.

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I also get pressure pain in this area too, do you? Our newly refreshed styles inbrings the old vb3 to the new level, responsive and modern feel.

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Extreme temperatures put stresses on your esophagus and exacerbate symptoms. Thnx Harry, never entered my mind, now I know why I am also getting cramps in my feet. Interestingly enough I was found to have low magnesium levels during that pregnancy.

I also have a lot of mucus in my throat. The person having chest pain cannot know whether it is heart related or is non-cardiac chest pain. But these says you seem to loose any dignity at the door. A psychologist can help patients with these problems work through them so they do not cause chest pain.

I did have really bad heartburn a few times last week. Site owned and operated by HealthBoards.

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Drinking water helps, eating ice pops help, but they are temporary. A person having unexplained chest pain should go to the emergency room. Im getting pretty down about this and not sure what to do. Originally Posted by Lorski.