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Tightness in chest, no difficulty breathing, loss of appetite, watery stools. History of epilepsy, tachycardia. Treatment?

i am having tightness in my chest but no trouble breathing. i am also extremely tired and weak with no appetite ( and nausea upon eating ) and extreme thirst. i am also going to the bathroom more frequently with urination and lately more loose bowel movements. i feel as though my heart is beating out of my chest ( i have been diagnosed with tachycardia ) and my eyesight keeps going blurry can you please help me? what could be going on? I am also epileptic, have asthma, and hypoglycemia
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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thanks for using health care magic

Am afraid it is pretty difficult to give you treatment without adequately being examined and a few tests conducted.

Due to the complexity of your symptoms and with your past medical history, it is necessary to see a doctor for detail examination and a few tests before prescription can be done.

Common tests you might do include chest x-ray, full blood count, stool microscopy, urine analysis, thyroid function etc. Well the tests shall depend on the findings of the physical examination of the doctor.
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Dr Achuo
Answered: Sun, 28 Jul 2013
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