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    Could This Be Gerd?
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    An_252817 posted:
    I took my 23 year old daughter to the ER yesterday. She began having "stabbing pains" in her chest on Sunday. It increased until by yesterday, it was VERY painful. The pain is between her breasts and under her left breast. It is even sore to the touch and swelling. The ER doc told her it was most likely GERD and sent her home with instructions to purchase Zantac and Tylenol. She is still in terrible pain. She does NOT have heartburn or nausea. Could this REALLY be Gerd?
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