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Having fast heart beat and numb neck. On Levoxyl for hypothyroid. On caduet for cholesteral and blood pressure. Should I be worried?

My heart is beating a little hard - not too bad and I am having kind of an odd numbing sensation in my neck . I have hypo thyroid and am on Levoxyl for that. My blood pressure reads normal 112/63 78 is the pulse . I take Caduet for cholesteral and blood pressure. It has been doing this for about 5 hours. I have consumed 2 bottles of water. Could I be a bit dehydrated. Should I be worried? I did go out last night and had a couple of cocktails and a glass of wine.
Asked On : Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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Thank for asking to HCM
I really appreciate your concern for your problem the history given here is suggestive of some functional kind of problem and this is related with the stressful condition, you need to keep your stress level low if you want to come out of this feeling, this just no nee to worry and every thing would be fine soon, hope this information helps you have a nice day.
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