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Fast heartbeat and shortness of breath, please advise

Hello Doctor , I m 24 years old girl. Since a week, I am having fast heartbeat and shortness of breath . Moreover, I feel tired or actually exhausted all the time. My body remains cold and I get severe chills. Whatever the time of the day is or whatever the weather is, I always feel cold. Sometimes, but it barely happens that I get sudden sweats. My main concern is my heartbeat and shortness of breath. Plus, I have a history of Acute Bronchitis . I once went to the doctor for my heart check up. One report was not normal and all other reports showed I am fine. But I still face the same problems and the palpitations increased. Please advise
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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There are two things :
It can be due to iron deficiency anemia .So you should go for check of your bloods.
Secondly it can be due to increase or decrease in thyroid hormones so better to get your hormonve levels checked up.
Answered: Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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