A 26-year-old male asked:
I am currently at an altitude of just under 1km i have a headache, difficult to breathe, dizzy and sleepy. on quatiapine sertraline and loratadine?
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Allergy and Immunology 59 years experience
See doctor: Although your symptoms are suggestive of high altitude sickness, the 1 km altitude does not usually provoke HAS. The prudent thing to do is to get back to sea level even though I believe that your symptoms are unlikely to be related to the altitude. Can you possibly be dehydrated? See doctor if problem persists or worsens.
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