• 19 days ago

    Chest discomfort & other issues

    About one month back I started having left chest pain and I consulted doctor. I was diagnosed with high BP and some symptoms were matching to Pneumonia so she gave me antibiotics. Also same time I noticed my stool is like diarrhea. Doctor did the full body checkup and everything is normal except I am in a Prediabetes stage and have high BP. She prescribed pills for high bp and asked me to take some probiotics to help with loose stool. My Chest pressure is gone on left side but I still feel some discomfort and one day its feels very negligible the next day it’s little different. My blood pressure is normal my x ray was normal taken 1 month back. My stool consistency was getting better after taking probiotics for 1 month still soft but not completely shapeless but in between its again like diarrhea after I stop taking the same. Can someone suggest me what could be wrong ?

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  • 17 days ago

    RE: Chest discomfort & other issues

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