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Shaking, ear ringing, dizziness. Feeling cold and hot, vertigo. Tests normal

I have been feeling ill for two months now. I am always weak and shakey and have a bad sensation in my entire body. I get ringing in my left ear alot of the day and sometimes get dizziness with it. Most times when i go to stand up i almost black out. But bloodpressure is generally fine. I cannot do anything physical because i feel worse and the symptoms get worse and my hear flutters,beats fast,and beats hard sometimes in chest sometimes in stomache. And then i will get attacks where the symptome get worse and it is harder to breathe i feel out of it. Strong sensation in head and chest that feeks horrible but not pain. Feet get ice cold and sweaty and from waist down shakes uncontrollably. I was also getting spells of vertgo. I have been to the hospital hmultiple times. They check. Liver and kidney function with blood test. Ultrasound of heart Bloodpressure. ecg . Thyroid. Cat scan of brain(said there was a cyst but that it was gfine)
Asked On : Tue, 11 Dec 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hi Dear,
If the examination of your heart including blood pressure and sugar status is normal than one of the reason for your giddiness and vertigo can be attributed to the problem in your ear.
Kindly consult an ENT surgeon for the same
good luck
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