Lungs closing up. Feel difficulty breathing and nauscious
I take medically:
Vyvanse + Ritalin
I've been feeling 'unwell', a bit nauscious here and there for the last 3 days. I threw up 24 hours ago after coughing while smoking cannabis. I felt sick when I woke up for school a few days ago and almost didn't go but I pulled through. Today, after a short nap I woke up and felt nascious, progressively dizzy and my lungs feel like I can barely breathe.
What is this?? Should I see a Doctor ASAP, or tomorrow?
**I rarely ever get sick, I have a great immune system.
**I believe I may have bronchitis but i'm not certain, that or some illergic reaction hence the category.
Your persisting symptoms of unwellness, nausea and vomiting could indicate a viral gastroenteritis. The other causes could be jaundice if there is yellowish discoloration of skin, food poisoning if the symptoms occurred shortly after taking food, peptic ulcer disease and sometimes cholecystitis and pancreatitis. Please consult your primary care physician for further evaluation. In the meantime take oral fluids and OTC acetaminophen if you have fever.
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