I'm having chest pains, dry mouth, and diarrhea, what should I do?

The dry mouth. and diarrhea may in fact be as simple as a viral infection however the chest pain should not be"handled" "virtually"...a "hands on" examination is necessary. A call to your PCP, or if not available a visit to an urgent care center is indicated!
Hope this is helpful
Dr Z.

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