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Loss of appetite, vomiting after eating, elevated heart rate, loss of vision. Need to go for consultation?

I have had loss of appetite for a couple of weeks now and when I eat I feel better for about 10 minutes and then immediately feel sick to my stomach and more than most will throw whatever I ate back up. I very recently (within the past two days) have randomly had my heart beat increase rapidly while I m at rest and sometimes have body shakes and feel as if I was covered in muscle rub like that hot and cold feeling. I also experienced temporary loss of vision in my right eye. Any pointers before I pay for and consult with a doctor?
Asked On : Fri, 3 Aug 2012
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Loss of appetite feel better after eating. this is peptic ulcer syndrome and gastritis aggravated in empty stomach ,. this needs a consultation with gastroenterologist. Have ultrasound abdomen. your loss of vision is transient.It can be due to branch of retinal artery block. Fund us examination is required. Once examination are complete diagnosis can be made and treatment can be planned.
Answered: Wed, 9 Apr 2014
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