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Breathing difficulty, nausea and headache. Had a heat stroke. What should I do?

I ve been feeling nauseous a lot these past few days... a couple days ago after i drank some thai tea i got extremely nauseous and thought i was going to throw up, but nothing came up and the feeling just stayed in my stomach . I found it really hard to breathe and had a headache . All of that is gone now, but every time I go out, I always feel nauseous and light headed. I haven t had an appetite lately, and even if I did I would feel too scared to eat because I worry that I ll get sick... Two weeks ago while I was visiting Japan, I had a heatstroke and felt a little strange since then... please help me, what should I do?
Asked On : Tue, 4 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
ALLERGIES
AS SOME FOOD STARTED REACTING WITH BODY PROTEINS WHICH CAUSES LOCAL SYMPTOMPS IN STOMACH
AS SOMETIMES POLENS ADDITIONALLY OR SAME FOOD AFFECT THE SINUS LEADING TO ITS HIGH SECREIONS AUSING HEADACHES AND HEAT STROKE LIKE SYMPTOMPS
USE ANTI ALLERGIC TABS ANTACID SYP TDS
ANALGESIC SOS
ANTIEMETIC FOR VOMITING
LOT OF WARM WATER
NO OILY GRRESY FATTY AND SPICY FOOD
BUT GET ALLERGY SPECIALIST CONSULTATION TO FIND THE CAUSE TO PREVENT FURTHER REURENCES
Answered: Wed, 18 Sep 2013
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