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Running (and anxiety) increased epinephrine (adrenaline), that will speed up your heart. Because you are so concerned, I would strongly suggest that...
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A flutter in your chest could be response to your anxiety condition. Since it also could be the result of medical problems such as AFIB, it is...
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See a Dr. immediately; preferably the emergency room. These could be signs of a heart attack. Even in a 25 yr old. If you're on birth control it...
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hi, i am not a doctor, but i'll try to tell you what i know. First, every chest pain should be checked with a doctor. Stress related pain can...
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jaw pain can indicate cardiac problem consult doctor immediately to rule out heart attack
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If I remember right if you are having unbelievable chest pain you take 1. After 3 or 5 minutes if no change or worse you can take another one. You...
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Get you some vicks vapor rub put about 2 teaspoonfuls in a pot of boiling water and inhale the vapors it wont hurt you i do it all the time....
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Body ache. High fever. Very tired. Very miserable. Can barely breath.  Before I finally went in most days I didn't know what was going on or...
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Yes, and yes. Based on the information you shared, you most definitely need blood pressure treatment and this usually includes medication with the...
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It is possible that you may have developed that, but I am a firm believer in second opinions. A doctor that doesn't know you or this one, because...
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As you know, I can't see or examine you, but look up "halo nevus photos" on your search engine. This is just a guess, however...
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Hi Know what you mean, but just give it time, it will just dissolve on its own, and be gone.Good Luck
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Hi Have a read through this link you may just find some help in it, its from the UK's NHS its all free to those who live in the UK.http://www.nhs...
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I have had shingles off and on for YEARS!!!  One of my DRs recently said not possible - has to be something else the last time I went in for...
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Based on the severity of your symptoms alone, you should see a medical provider. If you find it difficult to afford a doctor visit, seek out a free...
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