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What is the reason for over exhaustion and pain in the head due to heavy work ?

am suffering from a physical health suffering. Whenever there is an over exhaustion due to quickly climbing up the steps at the railway station to catch the train, firstly I feel that I cannot breathe properly and then I feel that I should sit down because I am not able to see properly and there is pain in my head which starts to sweat very heavily. After some time it becomes ok but for some minutes I feel that I cannot breathe and cannot see. Please advice My age is 34 years, Male . I have ashma and dust allergy . I take antiallergic drug VOZET
Asked On : Tue, 12 Apr 2011
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Mr. Sumanta Nag,
You should immediately get your blood pressure measured. Second step would be Electro-Cardiograph. Third would be Tread Mill Test.
If all the three are normal you may take Pulmonary Function Test. Depending on the results you may be diagnosed as having ASTHAMA or ANGINA (lack of blood supply to heart).

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