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Cough with mild pain centrally in chest, difficulty in catching breath, lightheaded, nose bleeds, mild palpitations. Infections ?

I got a cold a month ago, have had a cough with mild pain centrally in my chest and occasional difficulty in catching my breath, a few seconds of lightheadedness some days, 2 bad nose bleeds this week (get these sometimes because of week blood vessel ), and I feel under the weather. Had mild palpatations today (have had these occasionally for years), got blood pressure checked, heart was racing during this check and reading was 170/120 both lying and standing. Can a (cold) viral infection still be present and causing these symptoms?
Asked On : Thu, 28 Feb 2013
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Sep 2013
Thanks for the query to H.C.M. Forum.
Cold & cough from one month.
Blood pressure 170/120 mm of Hg ,
Nos bleed , that too twice in a week.
Shortness in breath,
In my opinion complete assessment of data is very important .
Get in blood for sugar, lipid profile, ECHO, Xray chest.
Consult a physician and get his opinion.
Good luck.
Answered: Tue, 13 Aug 2013
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