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Flu, fever, nausea, high pulse rate. Taking tamiflu. Should I seek further medical attention?

I have had the flu for the last couple of days. My Dr put me on Tamiflu . Yesterday my fever finally broke and I felt like I was starting to get better. The Tamiflu was making me feel nausea so i asked my Dr if I could stop taking it. He said yes. Now today I feel like my heart is racing all the time. Should I go back to the Dr again, or is this just my body recovering from the flu?
Asked On : Tue, 15 Jan 2013
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Most common side effect of Tamiflu is Nausea and vomiting.Apart from that,some people experience Confusion,Delirium,allergic reactions etc.
Because of fever there will be increased heart rate.You didnt write whether the fever has subsided or not.
If fever is still present,take Antipyretics with the consultation of your doctor.Nothing to worry.
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