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Feeling dizziness due to chest infection. Pain and burning sensation in lower left side. Treatment?

hi i have been feeling dizzy since Saturday. it is now Wednesday. i have been to the doctor and they prescribed me a antibiotic for a chest infection but i do not think this is what i have. i have a pain and burning sensation in my lower left side. i also feel light headed when ii sit or lie down. i am really getting worried about this. i do have a regular drink on weekends which is vodka. i no i should cut down but i am really concerned about liver damage.
Asked On : Sun, 29 Jul 2012
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hi hello,chest pain in lower left side may be due to silent MI/PNEUMONIA/GERD.U need to take chest x ray to rule out pneumonia,u need to consult cardiollogist to rule out heart problem.chest infection may be due to gastro oesophageal reflux disease that causing burning sensation in chest.kindly consult your nearest doctor and evaluate.wishing you good health.
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