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Giddiness, sudden gush of blood in face, tingling in feet, palm, joint pains. Tests to be conducted?

I have been experiencing sudden onset giddiness lasting a few seconds with sudden gush of blood all over the face followed by tingling in the feet and palms all lasting only a few minutes. Iam a 35 yr old female completely healthy till a maonth ago when I develop[ed severe urticaria Followed by on & off joint pains like i can all the joints in the body once in about two days. what tests should i go for what do i suffer from whom to see?
Asked On : Thu, 21 Feb 2013
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Thanks for using healthcare magic.

I have gone through your history.

You should consult physician for your symptoms. Doctor may rule out physical causes of your symptoms like thyroid dysfunction, vitamin assay, Rheumatism or cardiac conditions.

Doctor may advise to go for blood tests like hemogram, RA factor, or uric acid or vitamin assay or electrolyte disturbances to rule put physical causes .

I hope It will help you.

Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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