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High heart rate, headache, shaking, tests normal

I was recently was admitted to the hospital with high heart rate , headache , feeling like I was going to pass out. Feeling like somthing heavy was on my chest & shaking. this is the 3rf tim e in the past year this has happend, EKGs, Stress test, angiogram, chest xray & blood work all have been done. no one cal tell me what is going on. I am going to do follow up with cardio dr this week. What can I expect from the vist or what should I ask?
Asked On : Thu, 12 Apr 2012
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It seems you are developing sympathetic hyper activity while you have those symptoms.
It could be a paroxysmal tachycardia (which may disappear by the time you reach a doctor, and makes your EKG look normal) or a more serious disease like pheochroma. you need further testing from experts; and a cardiologist will be able to examine you and order some more tests to find out what is causing your symptoms.
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