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If you are short of breath or have a fever, you should definitely see your doctor! What you may need depends on many other factors (age, previous conditions, your physical exam, and so on)
I"m not a physician and it seems your father has been to a physician.  It must be hard to be so far away - can you find a social servce agency/person close to him who could see him and talk to him - he may be depressed and/o
Hi jolly, This probably isn't anxiety related. My guess would be that you have injured a nerve. If it persists ask for a referral to a neurologist.  Best wishes Ian

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