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Heart rate 105. Have bilateral effussions. Yawning non-stop dizzy and pale. Online help from doctors.

My resting heart rate is 105. A couple months ago I was told I have bilateral effussions in my lungs, I havent been able to get it looked at yet due to insurance issues. However, lately when I run, I have been yawning non-stop and lose my mojo after like 23 minutes and when I am done running I get dizzy and extremely pale. Not sure what going on. Any ideas?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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Psychiatrist 's  Response
Jun 2013
Hi there ~

I understand your concerns. An ECG might be good to get in the light of your having a high resting heart rate. I wonder what your blood pressure is. Bilateral effusions are not good, but they may be normal in case you have recently recovered from lung infections or pneumonia. I also think that the yawning is due to low oxygen or high carbon dioxide in your system due to chronic heart lung disease. I would like for you to visit with a doctor as soon as possible.

Take care and have a lovely day!
Answered: Sat, 25 May 2013
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