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Feeling weak, shaky, increased heart beat. Yellow, cheesy discharge

why is it that i feel weak almost every day from 12 a.m till like 3-4 p.m, shaky, I feel like I am going to collapse to the ground, and my heart starts beating really fast? I read it might be a kidney infection; and the truth is about a week ago i had yellow, cheesy like discharge . I am very worried I hope i didnt disgust you and hope you can answer me. Thank you, I appreciate it god bless you. Regards, Ariadna Leon
Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response

Welcome to HCM.

It is not clear from where you had cheesy yellow discharge. Feeling weak and shaky with rapid heart beats is usually caused by anemia, some heart disorders and low blood pressure. I suggest you get a complete examination done by a physician to rule out cardiac causes.
Yellow cheesy discharge from genitals indicate infection. Get in touch with your GP and explain your symptoms for appropriate treatment.

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