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BitterDodgerFan wrote:hmm it sounds like you might have a more serious condition than what you've been diagnosed for. if i were you, i'd get checked for everything, like x-rays to look for tumors and other major things.
i've seen a healthy teenager all of a sudden have back pains and unexplainable sweating. he went to the doctor and they found a tumor. you never know, so don't take chances.
Metroid wrote:Tumors? Way to scare the hell out of him dude!
blubombers wrote:A Hiatal Hernia.
A hiatal hernia occurs when the upper part of your stomach protrudes into your chest cavity through a weakness in the hiatus (opening) in your diaphragm. One of its most common symptoms: gastresophageal reflux (GERD). This is a burning sensation that radiates upward from your lower chest or upper abdomen. The most frequent cause of hiatal hernia is an increased pressure in the abdominal cavity produced by coughing, vomiting, straining at stool or sudden physical exertion.
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