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Had palpitations, pins and needles in stomach and face. What is the cause?

I smoked weed 4 days ago, i had palpatations, pins and needles in my stomach and face, found it hard to breathe and felt sick, the next day i felt extremely light headed, and then the day after i ve just had an annoying and sometimes painful sharp pain in my head, is this the weed that has brought this on, or do i have other problems?
Asked On : Thu, 27 Sep 2012
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Hello and thanks for writing in
You have to be investigated for arteriosclerosis vascular disease for light headed and pricking pains. Smoking is one of the reason for this. But alone stop smoking is not a cure. You have to get a proper treatment.
Palpitations is a heart related issue and smoking is one of the major cause. It can be PSVT or AF. You may need beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers to control this. Consult your cardiologist for both the problems.
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Answered: Tue, 2 Oct 2012
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