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I had an endoscopy (upper) for the first time this morning. Very uncomfortable experience (had throat spray only) but managed to get through it feeling okay.
Almost 12 hours later now and I’ve had a pretty blunt pain in my chest for most of it - pretty much right in the middle of my chest. It’s not constant, but very discomforting, especially when I eat or drink anything no matter now soft.
I am aware some discomfort is normal after this procedure, but how much, and at what point should I be concerned (if at all)? They did take quite a number of biopsies, so I assume this will be a contributing factor to my discomfort - but again, should I be worrying at all about this?
This isn’t a pain I felt at all before the procedure, it’s only come after and is still there.
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