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Got midly electricuted, light headed, heart hurts, nauseous. Why is this happening?

I just got midly elctricuted, I was pulling a chain to turn off the fan... I did not feel the electricution through my hand too bad. But the light blew, sparks flew, and it blew the entire living room circuit... I am now light headed, my heart hurts, and I am very nauseous... Can this happen even though my hand or body doesn't have any physical signs of electricution?
Asked On : Sat, 27 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns.
Electrocution happens when you come in contact with electricity and you become a conductor of electricity.
Nerves are the main pathway through which this electricity passes.
As you know nerves already conducts minute electrical impulses for passing commands to and from brain.
These impulses gets disturbed when electrocution happens.
I don't think it is that bad. Please wait for a couple of days more and still the symptoms persist,consult a GP.
Answered: Thu, 16 May 2013
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