What causes left side chest pain, dizziness, fatigue and nausea?

There are many. There are many that can do that, muscles, rib, nerves even from the neck, lungs, but we always have to worry first about what can be most devastating and that's the heart. Have a good work up and have your doctor explain it to you well.
More info needed. Is the chest brought on by exertion or meals? Is it sharp or dull? How long does it last? Is it worse with deep breaths? Does it radiate? Is there associated belching? Your physician should evaluate you and order appropriate tests.

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Ekg at dr normal, still havin chest pain, nausea, sweatin n dizzy spells, feel flush, fatigued. Dr gav lorazapam. No help. Wait and if cont. Er? Admit me?

Many possibilities. It's impossible to make a diagnosis with so little information. If you are 22, it's very unlikely that you've had a heart attack unless you use Cocaine or are diabetic. If you're feeling poorly, though, an er visit is reasonable. Otherwise, surely you should follow up with your regular doctor. Other possibilities might include peptic ulcer, gall bladder attack, pneumonia to name a few. Read more...
Go to ER. Symptoms such as these can be cased by many things, running the gamut between panic attacks to arrhythmia/cardiac pathology.At your age coronary causes are unlikely, but in addition to an ecg. An in-depth history and physical exam might be helpful. A normal ECG does not exclude an intermittent arrhythmia or cardiomyopathy. Orthostasis/vagal reflexes could be assessed . Go to er. Read more...

Sudden chest pain that comes & goes but gets severe. Nausea, dizzy, fatigue, sweats, vomiting. Going to dr. Will I get admitted to hospital?

POSSIBLY. Risk factors for heart disease play a role and without knowing them, difficult to tell. If you are a woman >50, in my book all bets are of. Heart disease in women is very difficult to diagnose ahead of time. You ladies are tricky! you are doing the right thing right now. Pop an Aspirin on your way in. Read more...
Possible. Better to be in the hospital get checked out. It may not be heart related in a 22 year old, but can't be sure. Read more...
Possibly ...evaluate. At age 22 yrs ..... Probablility of symptoms are most commonly not cardiovascular. Usually gastrointestinal .... Pain may be colicky, and peptic ulcer disease/gb (unusual) must be suspected. However, myocarditis, and other unusual cardiovascular disorders must be considered by lab and ECG investigation. Read more...

For 3 years, I've had a very high +ana (all other negative labs) along with eb and flow episodes of mental and physical fatigue, 3 months of sharp chest pain (now resolved) dizziness, sun-induced rashes, sun sensitivity, joint and muscle pain, nausea,

Difficult to know. ANA is often falsely positive; in fact, if i were to order anas on everyone in the world without assessing for the likelihood of lupus prior to the lab draw, I am more likely to have a false positive than a true positive. Certainly some of your symptoms sound suspicious, but fatigue is seen in many patients and so is non-specific joint and muscle pain. The pattern of your symptoms is the key. Read more...
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