I am a fifteen year old female. I am 5'2" and 108 lbs. I have had headaches for years, but lately, they have been getting more severe and more frequent. They often occur on the right side, last for hours, and feel like a stabbing, searing pain. I also get headaches on the left side of my head, which seem to be a dull, constant pain, and can go on for days at a time. Lately, I have also been suffering from chest pains. It usually feels like a heavy, crushing pain and can effect my entire chest (though sometimes just the left side), but there is also the feeling of a sharp pain in the middle and left side of my chest. These pains are unpredictable, and are occuring more often every day. I have also been suffering from feelings of nausea, dizziness, shortness of breath(especially during chest pain), and troubles talking clearly and walking straight. I also feel like my heartbeat is pounding and irregular. I am a little scared, and I don't know what else to do. Please help!
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