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I have some symptoms i'd like to ask about including headaches, fatigue, dizziness, back pains, random bruises, coughing, infections and chest pains. What could be theproblem?

Multiple symptoms. I suspect the best course of action is to see physician with detailed history physical and blood work for support. Read more...
See a doctor. Cannot, even if you gave enough data, diagnose you on the internet. These symptoms deserve a detailed evaluation by a competent experienced clinician who can obtain a full history and a detailed physical exam. Do this soon. Read more...

Chest pains, rare heart beats for a while now. Daily nausea, constant dizziness, some headaches and fatigue for about a month now. What can this be?

Tough one. Lots of things can cause chest pain and dizziness. Elevated levels of Epinephrine and other catecholamines can lead to mitral valve prolapse (usually sudden sharp chest pains ). Anxiety / stress / distress can elevate circulating catecholamines. (as can other conditions). I'm not sure what you mean by rare heart beats. Read more...
Chest pains. Pain in your chest is a serious medical condition. It is always a red flag and appointment with your pcp is warranted. Rec.: see your pcp for further investigation. Take care. Read more...

Fainting in dec, hitting my head. Been experiencing headaches, dizziness, fatigue and chest pains since. X-ray ruled out any head injury so what next?

Why did u faint? First thing is to find out why you fainted . Your symptoms may be related to the underlying problem rather than the fall .A neurologist should see you for a full eval. A holter echo and tilt table test may be helpful as well. Read more...

I have mvp and I have chest pain and fatigue. Lately my heart has been skipping more, headaches, and dizziness. What could be causing this to get worse?

Premature beats? Palpitations are common with mvp. How severe is mvp? Physical or emotional stress and dehydration can worsen palpitations. Read more...
MVP. Mitral valve prolapse may worsen over time without a specific cause. If your symptoms are related to progressive leakage of the mitral valve, medication or even surgical repair could be needed. You should be evaluated by echocardiogram if you have not had one recently. Read more...