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Chest fluttering, difficulty breathing, dizziness, feeling faint, rapid heart beat

Hi my daughter is 21 years old and has been compalining of a stange vibration/fluttering in her chest and has difficultly taking in breath with periods of dizziness and feels faint, she has also been taking alot of exercise lately but finds she has to slow down due to not being able to take enough breath in and also has a very rapid heart rate during exercise and also sometimes at rest? She also gets periods of feeling very tired for no apparent reason and has had her feet and ankles swell and also stomach bloating not sure what going on.
Asked On : Mon, 1 Oct 2012
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Hello ... thanks for writing us..

Dont be panicky... According to your daughters symptoms following possibilities are there..
1. Anemia ( decreased hemoglobin)
2. Heart failure due to Congenital Heart Disease, Valvular heart disease or Cardiomyopathy

You consult one physician/ Cardiologist get routine hemogram, ECG and ECHO test..

Best Wishes
Answered: Wed, 3 Oct 2012
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