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Episodes of dizziness with increased heart rate. Will this lead to heart attack?

i went to a motel got in hot tub and got very sick dizzy felt like i was going to throw up same thing happened this summer as i was doing yard work started getting sick thought i was going to throw up heart racing got on 4 wheeler on back of corse got colded down now this morning again get out of bath heart is racing felling like i going to throw up heart is racing whats going on with me i have no money to go to dr or i wouldnt be asking on line guess i just have to have heart attack before i get help
Asked On : Fri, 4 Jan 2013
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Usually the main symptoms of heart attack is pain in the left side of the chest,may be radiating to the left shoulder, left upper & lower arm with ENORMOUS sweating. For Diabetic this main symptoms may be absent during Heart Attack
Palpitation and giddiness alone need not be heart attack but has to be investigated.
Master check up like investigations are needed - at least ECG - after consulting cardiologist - and if necessary Neurologist to access the blood flow to brain by CT brain or MRI cervical spines if advised by Neurologist. Treatment as per INVESTIGATION & DR'S advice only.
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