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Have tiredness, headache, heart beat fast, nausea. Taking birth control pills, iron tablets

Hi, I've been experiencing tiredness, headaches and its feels as though my heart has been beating really fast. Today I was a little nauseous.
I work and study so I'm worried I may have brought this upon myself by being too busy. I'm only taking both control - I used to have to take iron tablets but I'm unsure if I need them again.
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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I went through your symptoms. It seems to be because of your extra work load. Any individual needs a basic time to sleep. Otherwise the function of all systems in our body may not work properly.
Treatment is the alteration of your lifestyle with proper sleep. Supplements like iron and vitamins and balanced diet may give better improvement.
You must make your body fit enough to cope your studies and work.
Best wishes.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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