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Face puffy, tired, coughing blood, vision blurred, night sweats. All symptoms related?

I woke up this morning feeling a bit weird. My face seemed puffy and felt really tired.. I started coughing up blood about 4 hours ago. Just little bits at a time, but still there. Almost a brown color. My vision is almost blurred.. For about a month now I ve been waking up in night sweats . Having to get up and change. I ve just turned 30. I shouldn t be going through that already.. Could it all be related? Not sure if I should book an appointment or go into emerge
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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Welcome to healthcaremagic .
All these things may be related.
It seems your are having some illness and need immediate check up with physician .
Detailed history of your present complains with clinical examination and investigations like blood examinations like complete hemogram, chest x-ray, sputum examination as advised by the physician to be done .
Hope you be all right with proper treatment and recover soon .
Answered: Sun, 10 Mar 2013
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