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Headache, spacing out, chest pain, easily tired

Hello. I ve been spacing out a lot lately, may it be in a middle of a conversation or without me knowing it. I m having headaches too and there are times that my body feels heavy even though I know for myself that I rested well the previous day. I m also having chest pains whenever I d get tired but the surprising thing is I get tired very easily nowadays compared from before. I went to the hospital to ask about the chest pain but they only gave me some medicines which I thought didn t help me that much. :/ I hope you could help because I haven t told my parents yet about it. I don t want to burden them....
Asked On : Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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Headaches with spacing out I am afraid are not symptoms to be taken that lightly. They might be indicating particular type of epileptic seizures called absence seizures. Association of these two symptoms warrant a CT scan of the brain and electroencephalogramme, to study and monitor electrical activity in the brain., The chest pain described with tiredness deserve at least, a chest X ray and blood tests to exclude anemia, measure markers of infection and inflammation.
Its of utmost importance to especially for the headaches and spacing out a neurologist who shall be better placed to do an overall and comprehensive assessment of your clinical signs and symptoms.
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Best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Sun, 3 Feb 2013
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