If you are sure that you counted your pulse correctly and if you are not already in the hospital....GO NOW!
A heart rate that high and all the other symptoms are surely leading to a place you DON'T WANT TO GO.
Sorry, I didn't find this sooner. However, I am sure you have been given this same answer many times over by now.
Good luck and best wishes.
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