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Fluttering in lungs and heart, cough, feels tired, dizzy, confused, nerve damage, blood in stool. Treatment?

i have been getting alot of fluttering in my lungs/ heart area, with coughing up phlem, getting the phlem out sometimes stops the fluttering feeling. i have been very tired, dizzy, confused feeling, hard to focus. have had some injury to my neck with some nerve damage, but the lung/heart flutters are the scariest part. i have also had what looks to be a lot of blood in my stool , stool has sometimes been mucusy, and blood seems to cover the toilet paper. sorry, i have no money at all, i m just a little scared, and hoping to get some advise, or help.
Asked On : Tue, 29 May 2012
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Welcome to Healthcaremagic.

The problems you have like the blood in the stool has to be examined and evaluated where effort on identifying the spot of bleeding has to found out to treat specifically.

Also the flutter you feeling if is from the heart it has to be investigated with tests like ECHO which shows any kind of structural abnormality.

You have to consult a general physician who after examining you can give you some hints into the diagnosis.

Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 29 May 2012
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