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Are light headed, nausea, and chest pain flu symptoms?

Light headedness, nausea and chest pain can be symptoms of heart problems! If these symptoms persist, please see your doctor! Any Suggestions here?

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  1. Kara Reply:

    Symptoms of Lotrel overdose include dizziness, feeling lightheaded or fainting. or lightheaded, flulike symptoms such as fever and chills, nausea/vomiting or skin rash or if you are feeling tired or having uneven heartbeat or chest pain. Source:http://www.ehow.com/about_5439549_dangers-lotrel.html

  2. Mathilda Reply:

    Light headedness, nausea and chest pain can be symptoms of heart problems. If these symptoms persist, please see your doctor.

  3. Donnetta Reply:

    I’m sorry is there can you give me more specific symptoms. Right now it could be anything from the Flu to Lyme’s disease. Source:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-disease-has-the-symptoms-of-light-head,-black-out,-nausea,-stomach-pain,-runny-nose,-coughing-and-migraines

  4. Makeda Reply:

    If you have serious pain in the side of your lower abdomen and nausea, you could have appendicitis. You should see a doctor immediately. Source:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-do-you-have-if-your-symptoms-are-serious-side-pain%2C-nausea%2C-dizziness-and-being-light%26%2345%3Bheaded

  5. Trudie Reply:

    Pneumonia has all of those symptoms including cough with blood or phlegm, fever, headache, shortness of breath and chest pain. Source:http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-sharp-head-pains%2C-nausea%2C-and-chest-pains-symptoms-of

  6. Quiana Reply:

    has anyone experienced light headed while symptoms? I had the flu (still have the flue a bit having flu or flu like I think) was feeling better a day ago , but have bronchitis

  7. Deidre Reply:

    Hi,Im sorry you have so much pain on the inside that you have to manifest it on the outside! The reason you are scared is not because you are depressed, but because you are confused, frustrated and unhappy! So lets look at things one at a time:1) You are alive!2) You are asking for help3) You are willing to listen!4) Am pretty sure you havent tried this! Give it a shot, it doesnt cost you anything, and who knows?? you might learn something about yourself!Now you have to make a decision – do you want to live your life or do you just want to survive in depression?? If you do want to live, then make the commitment to yourself that you will live! Without that commitment, you will stay in the mode you are in! Then re-focus your attention! Remember a time when you did something you thought you couldnt or when you helped someone and you felt awesome?? Remember how you breathed?? What you thought?? How you felt?? How you stood (posture)?? Practice getting yourself in the mode; get yourself in that mode as often as you can! Stay in that mode – that is your confidence mode! Then get a mirror, look yourself in the eyes – and ask yourself – what do I know about this person?? Who is this person?? What do I like about this person?? What makes this person happy?? What can I do to make this person in the mirror love me?? Can I give him/her a gift?? Do I need to spend some time with her/him?? Does this person need hugs?? Does this person enjoy helping others?? What do I need to say to this person for him/her to feel loved?? Really think about those questions and find an answer! Focus your thinking on finding answers to those questions! While you are finding answers, find someone you can help – some one you can be of service to! Be patient, be calm, be confident! This too shall pass! Best Wishes!

  8. Shantae Reply:

    Light-headedness is a common and often unpleasant sensation of dizziness the individual will usually have additional symptoms such as chest pain, Light- headedness often accompanies the flu, hypoglycaemia, common cold, or allergies. If a sufferer is unable to keep fluids down from nausea or vomiting, they may

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