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help with problem

hiya there people, little confused so dont know were to post this but this forum seems like the best place

let me start by indtroducing my self, i am a 19 year old male, pretty active, and am slightly overweight not to much tho
i am 5 ft 11 and weight 12.7 st

i do smoke and would say on average i smoke around 8 cigs a day

the problem i am having is both mental and physicall

for the past week or so i have been feeling slightly weird and it began when i was cleaning my very dusty loft

symptoms:

light headed

feel like everything around me is fake sometimes, this feeling comes and goes and just feels like everythings around me has slighty decreased in its function, researched a bit and the illness derealization fits this feeling quite well

have been needing to go to the toilet quitre regurlarly for a number 2

do feel quite sick most of the time, but have not vomitted since this started

body aches

first i thaught it was smoking related but i dont see how, as i dont have a caugh or any chest pain or anything of that sort


i must add that i tend to get quite ill this time of the year but usually get some sort of infection, but this is becoming really weird i dont understand what to do,

any help would be greatly appreciated
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242532 tn?1269550379
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL
You have already received some very good advice..the diagnosis is between something like flu or allergy on one hand; or the early signs of anxiety on another..suggest you see your general doctor for some blood tests as the first thing to do.
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It started with cleaning?  Could be dust or mold allergy.  I have developed an intense dust allergy, and when I do something like that I suffer for two weeks.  Get bronchitis, very weak.  
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I would suggest you see your doctor.
Flu?  Stress-related?  Altitude sickness.  Just kidding but maybe ...  Maybe I've seen a few too many episodes of House.
You need an experts opinion.

Me too Paxiled.  I'm just getting over secondary asthma and bronchitis following a viral infection.

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