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High pulse rate, vomiting, bad taste in mouth, stomach pain, headaches, phantom eyes, cloudy vision. Causes?

Hi, Ive been having left side pains that are unbearable, making me fall also i get rapid heart beat and sharp pains in my heart, ive got asthma and i cant walk up stairs without being in pain from my heart, i vomit a lot also get bad taste in my mouth and i start drinking about 3water bottles in 5minutes, i always have stomach achs or headaches , my eyes went from 20/20 to having spotted eyes, clouds in my eyes, phantom eyes, and colores changing in my eyesight whats wrong with me??
Asked On : Sat, 19 Jan 2013
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If you are on treatment for asthma, some of the medications can make you feel rapid heart beat. For chest pain it is better to consult a cardiologist to rule out cardiac disease. If you are a diabetic or hypertensive, you can get changes in your eye sight.
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