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Question: chest and breath problem


 chintana - Wed Nov 28, 2007 4:10 am

Age 18
Male
no past diagnosis neither surgery or family history
no current medication

when I run I get easily tired, breath fast, and my leg feels numb. however I wasn't like that before. Also when I left up some weight I also felt my hands getting tired easy and feels numb, like they don't want to do it. From time to time, my chest hurt sometimes it appears on the left and sometimes i feel it in the right. I don't smoke, I don't have asthma, I am totally healthy according to my last physical exam. I don't know what to do. please help or any suggestion
 Dr. Chan Lowe - Wed Nov 28, 2007 8:35 pm

User avatar Hi Chintana,

Your symptoms are fairly nonspecific. It may be that you have an infection causing you to feel fatigued. These infections often are viral and can also trigger some chest pain.

If your symptoms are getting worse or are not improving you should see your doctor about this.

Best wishes.

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