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Feels lightheadedness, hard to swallow, sweating at night, kidney transplantation done. Should go for treatment?

My boyfriend has been expirencing light headedness for a week, last 2 days feels like his throat is smaller ( hard to swallow ) and cold sweats at night. His stomach is fine and has no pain in his throat Throat. He has also had a kidney transplant 15 years ago and hos last blood work 2 weeks ago was im good standings. Just wondering if any of this is cause for alarm and we should seek medical attention?
Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Light headedness at his age is likely to be related to weakness, anemia, fluid and electrolyte imbalance, thyroid malfunction, etc. Maintaining adequate hydration and healthy diet will be of help. In case the problem persists, physical evaluation by physician is needed to detect the cause.
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Dr. Praveen Tayal
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