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Frequent illness with fatigue, headaches, thirst, chest pain, nausea, dizziness. Normal results for thyroid, diabetes, urine, EKG. Help?

Hi. I ve been feeling sick practically every day for the last two months. In the last three weeks its been much worse. I ve had at least eight days where I ve barely been able to get out of bed. I used to be very healthy. Worked out three to four times a week. Now its difficult for me to make it through the work day. Symptoms lasting two plus months: fatigue , headaches , thirst. Chest pain , hard to breath. Symptoms in the last month: same as previous plus feeling like I m going to pass out, dizziness , nasea, symptoms this past week: all the last plus being very cold, particularly extremities. I ve been tested for thyroid, diabetes, ekg , urine...all came back normal. greatly affecting my life. I m scared to wake up every day because I know how I will feel. Please help.
Asked On : Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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Firstly thanks for consulting HCM.
As you have said your complaints are-
4. Chest pain
5.Difficulty in breath
6. Dizziness
7. Nausea
8. Cold extremities
9. Feeling like going to pass out.
Your test for Thyroid, diabetes, ekg and urine are normal.
So all this suggestive of some STRESS/ANXIETY related issue.
Please consult a psychiatrist.
Have a Good health.
Answered: Sat, 27 Oct 2012
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