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I have been feeling weak, tired & my heart is racing, please give your suggestion to get rid of these!

I've Been Feeling Weak, Tired My Heart is Racing Feels Like It Wants to Pound Out of My Chest. 90+bpm ? My Neutrophill is supposed to be between 55.0 - 75.0 and it s at 45%. My Lymphocyte is at 41% when it shouldn t be any more then 35%. Monocyte is 11% and normal is 10% or less. My MCHC is at 34.6% when it should be 34% or less. I am worried. I can t get out of bed because my heart speeds up over 105 bpm and when I am standing to use the bathroom my heart starts to flutter and I panic. I find it difficult to swallow food. My doctor said nothing to worry about and tells me that I worry too much. I believe it is something more serious then just a anxiety attack and don t know what to do. My father died at 48 with a blocked artery, his father at 43 and I am 45 years old. My doctor said my chest x-ray looked fine and no enlarged heart and my EKG looks okay with the exception of a nonspecific T wave. whatever that means. I have GERD and never a solid bowel movement. Originally, I thought it was my electrolytes but the doctor also also said that was normal. Can someone please point me in the right direction or a good doctor to go to in Bangkok?
Asked On : Fri, 18 Dec 2009
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Sorry I can't help you on most of your questions. I will however point out that when you get up to go to the restroom, lets say at night when in bed, make sure you sit up, wait a few seconds, maybe about 10 seconds. Then get up. Or if you stood still for a good moment either be sitting down reading or just standing; remember to stretch and to also drink plenty of fluids.You need to ease your mind also. Especially when you have a lot of things to in your head. The honest truth is that worrying does not solve the problem and may in fact create more for you. It's not healthy mentally or physically,so give yourself personal time, and also family time.Do subtle changes in your life, like exercising. If you are then keep on. Park your car as far as you can from stores you visit and your house, all the extra walking should get you a better heart rate. Obviously eat healthy and always take the stairs instead of elevators (if possible).
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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