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Do I have any sinus infection ? please suggest me

I've always had a fast heartbeat, I think. But now I've been noticing that I do have a fast heartbeat. And everytime I check my hearbeat I m usually nervous or something and it s above 120. Also I can t really breathe properly, and that mucus was dripping down into my throat. Doctor said I might have a sinus infection but just gave me anti-biotics. I also have mono so I m just really tired. And I don t really have chest pains, I m just sore around that area since I just benched for the first time. I really have mono, because they took a blood test, but every time I try to relax it doesn t work. Well my nose was congested 4 weeks ago, and it still is so that s why I said what I said. Well I m only 15. But the fact that my dad has high blood pressure, and has a constantly stuffed nose kinda freaks me out.
Asked On : Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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Are you on drugs for the mono? Are you actually a confirmed case of mono? Or are you just saying you have mono because you are tired? There is so much wrong with this question. First of all, a high heart rate isn't going to kill you, the fact that you are nervous will increase your heart rate. I'm terribly afraid of doctors, every time I go, my blood pressure rises. I am white coat syndrome to the max. I check my blood pressure at home and it's never high, only when I go to the doctor, or when someone else is watching. How old are you? I have a rapid heart beat because of the drugs I am on (prescription, not street) I asked and my doctor told me it's not going to hurt me. He would take me off them if the pounding in the chest bothered me If you are out of shape, that can contribute to a rapid heart beat. If you are worried why didn't you ask your doctor about it
Answered: Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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