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I have had these bouts of chest and arm pain
You already provided the answer: if this consistently occurs when you drink a soda, the obvious solution is to stop! Sorry, but I do think this is "gas".
The best treatment is always to remove the cause; only if that is not possible should other therapies be used as an alternative. Why don't you stop drinking sodas for a while and see what happens. That should provide you with proof about what you need to do.
Read more about the various causes of chest pain here:
You can evaluate your risk for developing coronary artery disease here:
Hope this helps,
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