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T10 paralysis, wheelchair bound, rapid heart beat, dizziness, blurred vision, chest pressure

I am a 38year old male with T10 Paralysis . I have been in a wheelchair for the past 20 years in relatively good health until last year. Since that time seems i have been battling one health issue after the next. Most recently in December I had what seem to me to be a very mild stroke , I had pain and weekness in my left side, heart racing, blurry vision . I was told by the emergency room dotors it was not a stroke, but even now seems like I stil suffer wth the same type of symptons. I currently have a racing heart, dizziness , I am shakey, blurry vision and chest pressure. I have spent so much time in the ER and at my doctors office, but I just want to know the underlying root cause or even where to go next so I can cure the illness rather then the symptons.
Asked On : Sat, 14 Apr 2012
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Regtarding your paralysis for twenty yrs, there nis so far no clear breakthrough. one ray of hope is to have stem cell implantation though a team of gyneacologist and neurologist. once this is done with physiotherapy in due course of time you may get sensation and possibly power in the limb.

Regarding your recent pain in the chest with racing of heart you are not suffering from stroke. exclude anaemia, and dyspepsia with belching. consult your physician to know the exat cause.
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