Hello, I am from AZ. I just wanted to know anyone that might have any of the same pains that i have: Chest pain( or feels like a knot through out the day), cold hands, numbness/tingle sensation located upper back, always tired, hives, dizziness, headaches located on top of head, and hardly sweat during hard work. I have had these episodes since last fall. First i thought is was work, but it would happen anytime anywhere. What would happen is that the chest pain will build up to the point that I want to stab it or just ball up on the ground and wish it away. I get dizzy and recently the other night i had one and my blood pressure and heart rate drooped to the point that all color drained out of me. every once in awhile my upper back will get numb or have that tingling feel and it just feels so weird that it bothers me. after a few minutes later after the episode has ceased. I break out in hives only on my old road rash. i feel like just passing out and sleep for days (if only).
Went to hospital the other day and they told me that my heart rate was barely in the 50's. I dropped from mid 70's to 50's. I can't imagine what my heart rate is when i have episode =/ My blood pressure was low normal. from what the doctor said is that she can hear my heart "trying* to pump, but slowly. If anyone knows anything please let me know. I am open to anything, cause I' have noticed that it is getting more frequent. It pisses me off sometimes cause I can't do anything to prevent it.
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