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Random fast heart beats, nausea, sharp pains in the chest, get dizzy. Is this normal ?

I will randomly have these random fast heart beats or they get to slow. And i always feel like im sick to my stomache and feel like im going to throw up, or even nausea will occur. And i will get these sharp pains in my chest and sides at random moments. And i black out alot and get really dizzy. Is any of this a good thing or even normal?
Asked On : Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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Dear Friend
thanks for writing to us.
this is although not the complete description of your problem , but still not normal by any means.
many a times a simple gastritis can have palpitation, nausea, dizziness, and sharp pain in lower chest. At times cardiac problems can have all these features, but these are mere speculations. you need to have an examination by your GP with detailed history, so that the actual basis of problem could be understood and further action can be decided.
feel free to write further with more details
Answered: Wed, 10 Apr 2013
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