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I have chest and arm pain with fever and vomiting. What should I do?


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Answered by

Dr. Y. Siva Roja

Medically reviewed by

Dr. Nithila. A

Published At June 18, 2019
Reviewed AtApril 18, 2024

Patient's Query

Hello doctor,

I am suffering from right side chest pain and right arm and also have fever and vomiting. What should I do? Is it symptoms of something big?

Answered by Dr. Y. Siva Roja


Welcome to icliniq.com.

You have mentioned that you have diabetes. Patients with diabetes need not always be present with typical chest pain in case of any sudden cardiac event; symptoms like right sided pain, and persistent vomiting should not be taken lightly.

And also you did not mention about history of any

1) cough,

2) abdominal pain, and

3) burning urination

In addition to a coronary cardiac event, your symptoms also suggest the possibility of any lung infection as it can lead to fever chest pain and even vomitings sometimes.And as people with diabetes have a predisposition to infections, patients with fever and vomitings should be evaluated for urinary infection also if other symptoms are present.

You need to get

1) ECG.

2) Chest X-ray.

3) Complete blood picture.

4) Complete urine examination is done.

Without any delay and also chest and abdomen needs to be examined for any infection. You can contact me any further queries.

Same symptoms don't mean you have the same problem. Consult a doctor now!

Dr. Y. Siva Roja
Dr. Y. Siva Roja

Internal Medicine

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