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Chest pain, severe coughing and phlegm. Why abdominal pain? Why am I so sick?

I have been having chest pain , severe coughing and flem... but as well as abdominal pain discomfort. This morning I vomited twice now after having a horrible cough. I still am feeling weak and that feeling that I m about to be sick any minute... My abdominal keeps making digestive sounds (like I am about to burp) but it feels like the flem in my lungs is stuck, making that sound... Should I go see a doctor? Or should I ride this out? Btw, I also feel like I could pass out at any time.
Asked On : Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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Critical Care Specialist 's  Response
Hi dear thanks for your question ,your having respiratory tract infection ,which is causing you cough leading to vomiting,,the sound of your lungs could be wheeze due to spasm of respiratory muscle secondary to infection.your advised to consult your doctor and get you self investigated for,respiratory tract infection and other lung problems like COPD
Answered: Wed, 26 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. (Maj.) Rahul Arora's  Response
Hello !
Thanks for posting your querry in HCM.
I would reqest you to IMMEDIATELY go and see your doctor. You need to take care of it Right NOW.
You could be having a sever chest infection. When you have severe cough it can lead to abdominal pain as your abdominal muscles too get strained due to coughing.
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