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Car accident 1/16/14 since the accident, I've been nauseous every morning and feeling like cra. Also nose bleed shortness of breath dizzy heartfast?

See a Doctor! Without knowing the details of the accident, it is hard to speculate on what may be going on. You could have a "stress" stomach ulcer, to an abdominal organ injury, to a bone fracture. These symptoms have been going on long enough to where you should see a surgeon that specializes in trauma, if possible. Read more...

Can doxazosin cause dizziness and shortness of breath?

Sure can. Doxazosin can lower your blood pressure significantly causing dizziness and shortness of breath. This can happen even after you've been on it a long time, though it's more common when you first start it. Side effects are not common, but they definitely can occur. Read more...
Yes. More common dizziness or lightheadedness less common blurred vision confusion dizziness, faintness, or lightheadedness when getting up from a lying or sitting position fainting (sudden) fast and pounding heartbeat irregular heartbeat shortness of breath sweating swelling of feet or lower legs. Read more...

While in Drs office, BP spike over 200/shortness of breath, dizzy. What can cause this?

White coat syndrome. There are certainly many causes for these symptoms, but the clue you provide (being in your doctor's office) raises the likelihood of hyperventilation/white coat syndrome - basically anxiety. Were you feeling apprehensive by seeing your doctor? You wouldn't be the first! Read more...
Anxiet, full bladder. If you're a highly anxious person and have a full bladder, BP should be measured with an appropriately sized cuff, in the seating position, after sitting down for at least 4-5 minutes, preferably NOT with an automated machine. Read more...

I am experiencing shortness of breath and some dizziness after exercise. I am very healthy and stay well hydrated. So what could cause this?

Dizzy. Probably exercise induced asthma less likely heart related. See your doctor to do breathing tests to see if your lungs are the problem. If so you can be treated with inhalers. If not then a heart work up is next. Read more...

If a 30yo female patient presents to the ED w/syncope x 2, dizziness & shortness of breath, w/no immediate cause. Would she be admitted for observatio?

Syncope, SOB. It is prudent to admit for telemetry observation for at least 24 hours, unless there is an obvious cause which is treatable. The shortness of breath needs to be evaluated. At a minimum, a cardiologist and neurologist should be consulted during this observation period. Read more...