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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   fast pulse rate + weekness + shortness of breath
User :   hi
User :   hi
User :   how are you doc
User :   Fine
User :   May I know your age, gender & occupation?
User :   male / 28 /
User :   Height & weight?
User :   76 KG weight height 5.8
User :   Ok, since when do you have the symptoms?
User :   almost 1.5 years / not permanent sysmtoms but some hours in day specially after meal
User :   What started first & how?
User :   also when i awake in mornning / i`ll not feel fresh / that time my heart beat is rapid and i need some water to nomalise
User :   ps: am smoker /
User :   first i feel rapid heart beat with shortness of breath\
User :   May I know how many packs do
User :   you smoke per day?
User :   10 cigrates
User :   Since how
User :   many years?
User :   10 years
User :   Do you consume
User :   alcohol?
User :   or drugs?
User :   never
User :   never drugs
User :   Is it necessary to tell you that your problems are due to smoking?
User :   am not sure
User :   Do you want me to help you quit it
User :   yes sure
User :   or do you want me to help just temporarily get rid of
User :   the symptoms?
User :   doc you think all these symtoms are due to smoking ?
User :   Sorry, could you log in again.
User :   all i never feel fresh / and the problems i described you let me think that its some anxiety or panic disorders // my personal thinking
User :   same doc ?
Doctor :   Yes it is due to smoking, 98%
User :   i1ll try to quit smoking slowly slowly
Doctor :   Right now all you have to do is, visit a Chest disease specialist
User :   ok and ?
Doctor :   to confirm that the problems are
Doctor :   due to smoking only
User :   cardiac specialist ?
Doctor :   Pulmonologist
User :   alright
Doctor :   You can avail the Deaddiction facilities
User :   ok
Doctor :   may I know where you are from?
User :   yes sure
User :   doc am taking Esomeprazole (for stomic reflux) is it also increase the pulse rate ?
Doctor :   No, increase in pulse rate is due to excess Nicotine in your system
User :   is there any diet or food or some thing which can decrease the nicotine in blood ?
Doctor :   When you inhale smoke, within seconds nicotine enters
Doctor :   your blood
User :   how can i decrease the rate of nicotine in my blood and how can i quit that habit ?
User :   and doctor what is your name can i know , if you dont mind ? with due respect
Doctor :   Dr.
User :   ok
User :   how can i decrease the rate of nicotine in my blood and how can i quit that habit ?
Doctor :   One cant just filter the Nicotine
Doctor :   from the blood
Doctor :   It stays the time it needs by your
Doctor :   body to metabolise it
User :   so only one option left / that`s to quit smoking :)
Doctor :   YES
Doctor :   Its never too late to Quit, the sooner, the better
User :   alright
Doctor :   Its difficult
User :   so first i decrease the quantity of cigrate or just quit
Doctor :   very much
Doctor :   Thats why there are
Doctor :   Deaddiction centres
Doctor :   Get in touch with one
User :   alright
Doctor :   Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User :   Thanks You
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me. Bye for now. Please refer your friends to our service.
User :   yeah sure
User :   see you later then
User :   every time my chat will be connected yo you ?
Doctor :   Any one of our Docs can access your chat history & know you as well as me.
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