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Dizziness, lightheadedness and chest heaviness. Normal EKG. Was it a heart attack or stroke? Need hormone test?

I went to ER yesterday because I couldn t sleep due to dizziness , a feeling of lightheadedness , left breast pain, not really pain but a heaviness, a floating feeling like I was just out of it.... EKG and blood came back normal, my hormones have not been tested, I m still feeling shaky and have trouble focusing on the computer. Something is not right, who do I see now that ER has weeded out a heart attack or sroke, my BP normalized and is typically low, when I got released from ER yesterday the top number was 106. Chest x-ray came back normal - do I get my hormones tested as next step? What kind of doctor do I see? I need to get this under control...the gave me a prescription for Amtivan or something like that for Anxiety which I don t have panic attacks.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM,
After going through your history,it is good that you do not have any thing serous,most of your tests are normal, hence please do not worry at all.
Your symptoms and presentation is related to known or unknown anxiety, or psycho somatization.
Please relax and follow treatment advised by your Physician you will certainly feel better it may take some time.
You should relax and take yoga and meditation to over come your problem.
You do not to go for every investigation possible just let your doctor decide what is best for you.
If you feel you can always take second opinion.
Please take healthy diet and lot of water and fluids.Take proper sleep.
Please take care
Good Luck.
Answered: Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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