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Feeling uneasy, breathlessness, high BP. X-ray and ECG normal. Family history of cancer

Hi there,

I am 28 yr old male, from last 12-14 days I was feeling uneasy and breathlessness, today when I was at work, I felt dizzy, blacked out, numb, breathless. I was feeling as if I was choked.

I was taken to hospital by my staff.

I was given deriphyllin and emeset injection, rantac injection and dextrose.

My ecg, xray was normal.

I was low on glucose, bp was 150/90 mm.

I had tingling sensation in my joints, feeling very weak.

I was feeling better post treatment but whenever I used to burp I felt better.

I don't have any allergies, medical history.

My uncle died due to blood cancer.

Please guide me about my situation as ot happened to me for first time. I am hotel manager so most of the time I don't get food on time AND do night shift. My weight is 59kg n height is 5.8ft

Asked On : Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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Dear Mr Pande
thanks for writing to us.
Whatever i could gather from your description that you were given treatment from bronchospasm and your ECG and Xray were normal. Why there was low glucose? What was cause for bronchospasm? all these questions need clinical examination. i would like you to see your physician and proceed accordingly.
Answered: Wed, 17 Apr 2013
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