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Soreness in chest, numbness on the hand, headaches. On beta blocker. Have palpitations

Hi I ve had soreness in chest and achiness all left side ot center area. Also ongoing numb left hand and periodically in arm too. Headaches and 6 months ago I was put on 10 mg a day of sandoz bisoporol beta blocker . I used to hv very bad palpitations and rising numb hand and arm and pass out feelings but medicine has helped but now sore and hv still had random palpitations more Luke throbbing sensations
Asked On : Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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Hi there,

Well you did not mention your age and whether or not you have any history of diabetes, hypertension, smoking, etc.

anyways, your symptoms need to be further explored and for that you should get your step wise tests done.

1- ECG.
2- Exercise Stress Test.
3- Echocardiography.
4- Holter monitoring.

Answered: Mon, 18 Feb 2013
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