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What are these symptoms of chest pain, head rotating, sweating and vomiting ?

i am 33 yrs male when i press my left side of my chest severe pain is there recently i had a complete check up taking all ECG , TMT , THYROID TEST , 24 Hrs Alter everything done all shows normal but still i feel lit bit pain when i press on my left side months before around early morning 3 am i just got up and my head was rotating and i was just sweating and i just felt conscious on the bed after some min utes i got up and vomitted my plus rate is around 50 sometimes it comes to 35 is there any serious problems in my heart
Asked On : Sun, 5 Jun 2011
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The chest pain appears to be of muscle or rib pain. But the giddiness, vomiting appears to be due to vertigo. Causes of vertigo are numerous. Have you been tested for Diabetes. It can also be due to infections. If you have cough, breathing difficulty, please go to the ER immediately. Go with the help of someone and do not drive by yourself.
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