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Chest pain, sometimes out of breath, dizziness, wheezing, that are symptoms, what is my problem. ..What are type of disease I have?
Multiple things...: It would be difficult to diagnose without more information and a physical. However, in the absence of fever and other signs of infection, it could be worsening seasonal allergies versus the onset of asthma... or it could be a continuum of both. You can try over the counter allergy meds first but I'd still go to your doc. ...Read more
Chest pain. Feeling sick. Being sick. Cold sweat. Dizzy. Feeling light headed. Wheezing. Coughing. Shortness of breath feeling a bad sensation?
Cough: This is likely the common cold. Give it time and it will resolve. Take some tylenol (acetaminophen) and get plenty of rest. Do not forget about drinking enough fluid. If you are wheezing you may need to see your doctor and get a chest x-ray to rule out a pneumonia. The doctor can also give you a bronchodilator to make your breathing easier and open up the bronchi of the lungs. Good luck. Feel better. ...Read more
Wasp sting yesterday upper R arm, area very red/swollen/itchy today (3in diam), some wheezing, SOB, dizziness this AM - delayed anaphylaxis?
Rare but possible:
It is exceedingly rare, but not unheard of, to have delayed anaphylaxis to a sting, and the mechanism, of course, is unexplainable (theoretically, perhaps, T-cell mediated anaphylaxis to peptide components).
Regardless, you should be seen urgently for a proper assessment of your airway, and treatment as indicated. A referral to allergist should be the next step. ...Read more
Why is it that I feel dizzy like I'm going to keel over and wheezing a lot after running a hundred yards?
Very dizzy during pfts. 5 min after 1 dose of methacholine, got wheezing hyperventilated. Got 2l o2 via nc which helped. No neb was needed. Why the sob?
Methacholine: Methacholine is a chemical used in pfts to unmask asthmatics who's testing is equivocal. As such, it is inhaled and intended to cause constriction of the bronchioles or smaller passages in your lungs. When this happens you feel short of breadth and may wheeze. This may be a positive result and indicate you have asthma or your lungs are irritable from something else, such as a virus or allergy. ...Read more
Was on predislone for 7d 40m for asthma. Wheezing is gone now have violent cough dizzy when stand up weak If I don't grab on to something will faint??
Trouble breathing while laying down and dizziness. Once sitting up it begins to feel better but continue wheezing and feeling dizzy for an hour after?
Asthma: Sounds an awful lot like asthma to me - often there is dust or bed mites, or other foreign proteins in bedroom air that triggers an attack. You should carefully wash all your bed linens, bed clothes, but also dust, remove old reading materials, wash your drapes, vacuum under the bed etc. Don't use scented cleaner. An inhaler medication may be indicated, best obtained from your family doc. ...Read more
Trouble breathing while laying down and dizziness. Once sitting up it begins to feel better but continue wheezing and feeling dizzy for an hour after.
Need a check up:
Postural hypo tension to be evaluated-
autonomic dys function will need further evaluation
Tilt table test etc ...Read more
Expieriencing, Hard time breathing, fatigue, sometimes even dizziness while running, after I develop a wheeze and cough, ?
Symptoms: coughing, wheezing, congestion, fever, difficulty breathing, dizziness, fatigue. Been going on for 2 weeks. What could this be?
After running I felt shortness of breath, dizzy, & my tongue and feet were tingling. I had lots of saliva and mucus as well as wheezing. What is this?
Tone It Down A Bit!!: That's called "run valde velox" or, in English, "running your ass off." So either you were training hard or very out of shape. Which was it? Those are symptoms of oxygen defecit ("debt"), blowing off carbon dioxide (hypocarbia), and your mucus glands going wild ("parasympathetic" nerves). I'm surprised you didn't throw-up! You're young so in the long run whatever you are trying will be a good thing ...Read more
Docors said allergies but it's causing me to wheeze and shortness of breath completely congested and dizzy when I blow my nose super itchy eyes why?
Prescription time?: Sounds like your allergies are to the point where you would benefit from treatment. If you are taking OTC allergy medication you should probably talk to your doctor about a prescription. If not you can start with one of the OTC's like Claritin (loratadine) or Zyrtec (cetirizine). Either way, you would benefit from seeing a doctor to get your symptoms under control. ...Read more
Burning throat and hoarseness the past two days. Went to ER the past two evenings. Also had no voice the second day and wheezing. Wheezing today too with a nauseous, vomit, headache, dizziness and not speaking straight. Constant temp of 95.2?
ToWheezeOrNot2Wheeze: Man, you got it baaad! Sounds like the flu or a flu-like illness. If they didn't suspect anything worse after two ER visits, as long as the ERs weren't located in a malpractice zone, you should get over it. Two things, however: if breathing steam in the shower doesn't help the wheezing, you may need a medication. Same for the goofy speaking if it gets worse, so watch those carefully and see a doc. ...Read more
Is it possible to have bronchitis without wheezing and dry cough. Started out wed night, nausea, tight throat. Then sore throat and dizziness. Threw up left work went home, chills that night, next morning, whole body aches, epecially head, chest, hard
Yes,: Yes, you can have bronchitis without wheezing. Bronchitis means that the "bronchioles", the smaller tubes in your lungs, are inflammed. That occurs with viral or bacterial conditions. If your symptoms are worsening, or if you have fever, worsening cough, or any shortness of breath, you will have to be seen again immediately for a re-evaluation. ...Read more
See doctor...: Your symptoms are likely due to bronchospasm and airway inflammation. You will likely need a beta- agonist inhaler and a steroid inhaler. Shortness of breath can be a life-threatening symptom so you need to see a doctor asap so your symptoms can be evaluated and treatment rendered. ...Read more
Always sensitive to wheat. Ate some contaminated food today: instantly warm/flush, then hives, then cough/stuffy, wheezy, dizzy. Ok if goes away?
Allergic Reaction: There is a concern for an allergic reaction from the symptoms you are describing: immediate wheeze, dizziness, hives, and cough iafter ingestion of a food product. Make sure to document exactly what you ate and bring list into Allergist so that further testing can be completed to determine sensitivities. In the meantime avoid foods that caused this reaction. ...Read more
I have a very sore head, achy back and legs, hot and cold, shivery, congested, tight chest, wheezy, worsening asthma. Feeling sick and dizzy at times?
Many Causes: Many things cause sudden dizziness. It could be an inner ear problem, heart condition, low blood sugar, vagal response, nerve condition or simply dehydration. If it is a recurring thing, it is time to see your doctor and have it examined further. One time episodes can be a sign of something worse, so unless you are generally a healthy person, evaluation of your dizziness is important. ...Read more
Ekg, BP, CT or MRI: The symptom of dizziness may be from a circulation problem, a heart problem or a neurologic problem. Your Doctor may check your blood pressure in different positions to see if the dizziness is from blood pooling in the lower part of the body, he will check your heart with an ekg. The tests for neurologic problems would involve some king of imaging or the brain including, MRI or Ct scan. ...Read more
Lots: Not a specific symptom- lightheaded? Fell like impending faint? Equilibrium off? Room spinning? You spinning? Related to position or position change? All have different causes; can be related to sinus, inner ear, brian issues; blood pressure or heart rhythm problems, dehydration, medications. Worth a doctor visit esp if recurring, chronic, assoc wi/ visual, hearing changes, headaches, etc. ...Read more
Constant dizziness: Dizziness describes different sensations to different people. Do you mean a spinning sensation, a feeling of faintness, or a sensation of unsteadiness when you walk? These different symptoms can be caused by disruption of different parts of the balance system. Inner ear inflammation, a tumor along the hearing/balance nerve, heart muscle or rhythm issues, brain anomalies, medications, among others. ...Read more
Dizzy is the catch: Dizziness is a non-medical term, which means at least 50 different things. Dizziness does not refer to any specific symptom. What is your meaning for this term? Light headeness, floating feeling, spinning feeling, nausea, unsteadiness, falling sensation, impending faint, ringing in ears, blurred vision, double vision, numbness-tingling? I've heard all these descriptions and more. ...Read more
If you have had: Your primary care evaluate you for physical problems, your next step is to see a mental health professional. ...Read more
Dizzy: Positional "postural" dizziness can be due to a number of causes. Most commonly would be either a vestibular (middle/inner ear) or causes related to hydration. The brain is very stingy when it comes to wanting blood flow and oxygen. There are mechanisms in place to keep the blood moving from the heart to the brain. Often dehydration disrupt this normal process resulting in dizziness. ...Read more
Dizzy: Dizziness or vertigo is a sensation of being off balance or of movement. People who are dizzy typical walk with a wide based gait. They complain that the room is spinning or they are spinning with respect to their surroundings. Sometimes people just say their head does not feel so good. When the attacks occur people may just grab the wall or hold on to something so they do not fall. ...Read more