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Nausea, dizziness, loss of appetite followed by chest pains and tightness in throat. Reasons ?

Hello. I am a 20 year old female. 101 pounds, about 5 1. I ve been having strange symptoms for a couple weeks now. It first started out with nausea , dizziness , and loss of appetite . A week later, I had chest pain on the right side and a tightness/lump feeling in my throat. I went to the hospital where they did a cest xray , heart test, a blood test, and a urine test. They didn t find anything wrong. This continued for about a week on and off. This week, I experience tightness in my throat but only for one day, random headaches that felt like they were in my ear that only lasted approx. 30 minutes, and random pain/weakness in my right arm. I have another doctors appointment this week but I would like some peace of mind.
Asked On : Thu, 29 Nov 2012
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sinusitis as in sinusitis there is post nasal drip of mucus into throat as mucus is produced in excess
this causes tight throat
as the mucus fall i the chestit causes tightness in chest
headache is also sinus related symptom
the mucus when enters middle ear through the eustachian tube will hurt ear
get xray pns waters view and consult ent doctor to treat it for cure
Answered: Fri, 25 Oct 2013
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