Our expert says:
Pain from the esophagus usually radiates to the chest and back and stomach ulcers can also cause pain in the chest and back. If you have acid reflux causing narrowing of the esophagus, big food portions can block or irritate the area, causing pain. If it persists ask your GP to organize a gastroscopy so that they can look at the area with a scope to see if there are any lesions.
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