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Left arm numbness. Tests show low potassium levels. Was smoking weed till recently. Cause for numbness?

A few days ago, i was on my computer just relaxing when my left arm started going numb, then i found it alittle odd for breathing regularly, and shortly after my lefs and right arm was fully numb, i went to the hospital and they only told me my potassium levels are low, i ate quite a few banana s and today i felt a sharp jab where my heart is, and now on it dosetn hurt alot but there is discomfort. I have stopped smoking weed but i had been quite a heavey user till recently. Whats wrong with me?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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Thank you for posting your question here, I will try to answer it to the best of my abilities.

It seems that you had a simple case of heart burn, it is very easy to confuse with heart pain. Unless you start having the heart burns frequently and more intensely there is nothing to worry about.

I hope this answered your question.
Answered: Fri, 26 Jul 2013
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