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Tiredness caused while walking - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Practicing since : 2005
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User :   hi...
Doctor :   hi how can i help you?
User :   i m feeling sick...
User :   everytime I feel tiredness...
Doctor :   please proceed we can help you
Doctor :   what is it exactly that you are feeling?
User :   If i walf fast that time also i feel tiredness....
User :   r u there
User :   ????
User :   ??????/
User :   my 5 min are going to be over... soon...
User :   If u r not able to answer...
Doctor :   ok
User :   just mention it...
Doctor :   that is normal on walking fast
Doctor :   \do you feel your heart beat?
User :   I need some solution...???
User :   no...
User :   r u really a doctor...????
Doctor :   ok is it on daily routione work>?
Doctor :   or only on exertion?
User :   daily....
User :   no..
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   then you are not accustommed to that kind of work yet
Doctor :   if its on routine work then you need an examination by a general physician
Doctor :   try to start of mild for few days then gradually take it higher
Doctor :   do not stress yourself out
Doctor :   if you feel tired for daily activity like dressing bathing etc then you need an immediate examination by your physicain
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