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Racing heart rate, shaking hands, weak knees. History of bladder problems, kidney stones. Advise?

Hi my daughter has complained about a racing heart rate and hands shaking with weak knees feeling. We have gone to a urgent care but could not find anything. I was thinking it might be panic attacks or vertigo. She's on Medicare for her bladder and kidney stones in past . Could you please shed some light on this , she is stressing out. Thank you!!!
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Thanks for your query

i can feel your concerns

i advice you to have a complete blood count of your daughter to see her haemoglobin level, as these can be symptoms of anaemia as well

if she is anaemic,give her iron supplements after consulting your doctor

improve her diet

add meat ,fresh vegetables and fruits to her diet

encourage her,give her more time

she may need antianxiety medicines after consulting your doctor
Hope i have ansewered your query
i am available for your help
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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