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Dizziness, body tightening, history of skipped heartbeat. Should it be investigated?

hi there. ime a 33 year woman 5,2. ime haing severe dizziness and body tightning when ime relaxing or just watching tv. i am currently under investigation for low blood pressure . confusion, body numbness, tingling , intolerance to heat . this been happening 5 years but over past 8 mnths new symptons and fainting and dizziness a daily thing. ive asked my doctor to check for ms. do you think ime mad. i have history of ten day non stop skipped heart beats with fainting but echocardiagram normal, but i collapsed after stress test with low bp. do you think i should make them investigate . and to top it off i have extremley severe pain between shoulder blades at night wich cause me not to be able too breath or swallow due to spasms.
Asked On : Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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Hello and thanks for writing in
In my opinion you must be investigated for that. You must go for Echocardiography and holter examination and check whether you have long pause between two beats in it or not. If it present than you may need a pacemaker implantation or some medication to improve the heart function.
The other region for fainting are postural Hypo-tension, spondylosis or some neurological deficit. Consult your doctor and get investigated for cause of fainting and hypo-tension and accordingly get the treatment.
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Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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