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    Bravo study
    An_247239 posted:
    I had the study done about 5 days ago. I'm having some chest pain after I swallow foods. After the 24 hours of this study I woke up with a severe headache and attibute that to the pain (?). The pain continues but has not caused me any further headaches. It hurts in the chest area after swallowing, wouldn't say it is severe pain but is discomforting pain. The doctor told me he's only had 5 people ever have pain enough to have it removed. I don't know that I need it removed but think they should talk more about the pain that can be associated with this thing.

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