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Onlinedoc, General Physician
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I am with a friend who is a male age 48, he's experiencing:

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I am with a friend who is a male age 48, he's experiencing: shortness of breath and trouble breathing, blurred vision, dizziness, lower pulse than normal, streaks of light in his vision, and a pressure in his head that radiates from the tops of his ears forward. Also, he is clamy. What could this possibly mean?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Onlinedoc replied 3 months ago.

Hello and thank you for your question. It’s my first priority and pleasure to help you.

As per your description,possible differential diagnosis may include Ischemic heart disease,Cervical spondylosis,Chest infection,Transient Ischemic attack.

His symptoms shouldn't be ignored and it's good to visit Emergency room.

EKG,blood pressure and pulse rate monitoring,chest x-ray,blood work should be done ASAP.

Prompt management is required.

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Customer: replied 3 months ago.
He has a history of mini strokes. What can be done from home? There is no transportation at this current time
Expert:  Onlinedoc replied 3 months ago.

Take OTC Aspirin.

Do gentle massage at back of neck.

Monitor his blood pressure and pulse.

Call at emergency room to get access for ambulance ASAP.

Hope this helps.