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    Tickling feeling inside body, under heart?
    rexxgod posted:
    This started today, I have this irritating tickling feeling inside me under my heart it feels like. It doesn't hurt me but it is honestly driving me crazy, I can't sleep, I can't eat, can't do really anything. I have been sick lately and have a BAD cough. I mean I start getting dizzy when I cough and yesterday I started coughing up blood. This feeling like I said is really getting on my nerve's. Can anyone help me? Thank you in advance!
    Anon_527 responded:
    Sounds like it is time to see a doctor. If cost is an issue, find a no-cost or low-cost clinic in your area. If it becomes an emergency, go to a local hospital emergency room. They can not deny you treatment and you can work out a payment plan.

    Until you see a doctor, you can try using the WebMD Symptom Checker here:

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