Started i n march while walking. Keeps getting worse, now when walking(sometimes can't walk 15 feet other times can walk 1/2 mile), bending over, and now when I cough sometimes. Had a stress test with dye, had pain while on tread mill nothing showed up on ekg or test. Pain continues until all motion is stoped for about a minute. Have tried nexium for 6 weeks no help but a headache,tagamet made my heart race. Have tried apple cider vinegar, marshmellow root ,walking backward, and everything inbetween. Have a little copd. No heartburn. No symptoms when sitting or laying down.
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It is really difficult to say since all your heart tests are normal. One other possibility is COPD which can also cause throat pain while walking when there is low oxygen. The Low intake of oxygen causes distress while walking. Consult a chest specialist regarding this.
It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
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