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Q: Of late, my son has been complaining of chest pain. We took him to a paediatrician who took his cardiogram etc; but all tests are normal. The doctors cannot pinpoint the reason for this chest pain. There is no patter to the pain.

Advait (Philadelphia, USA)

A: Your child probably has heart burn, a kind of acidity. Try making his eating habits regular. He should avoid spicy food, junk food, coffee or tea. He should also avoid eating at wayside hotels. If the problem persists, give him MUCAINE GEL liquid 10 ml 3 times a day for 10 days, but make sure it is in consultation with your local paediatrician.

Dr. Subba Rao


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