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Sudden spell of hot flashes, weakness, rapid heartbeats, prickly skin with low appetite. History of tachycardia and panic attacks. Advice?

I m female 25, 5 2 , 170lb. Have a history of tachycardia & panic attacks. Two nights ago I was doing laundry and all of a sudden got hot, shaky, weak, my heart started racing and I had a prickly feeling in my skin. I had eaten & drank well that day. I woke up yesterday feeling the same. Went to work thinking it would go away but it didn t, so I came home. I didn t have much of an appetite yesterday. Woke up today and felt the same again. It s not anything like panic attacks though. It s a completely different feeling.
Asked On : Wed, 24 Oct 2012
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From your history it seems that you might have Cardiac neurosis.
But seeing all symptoms any cardiac ailment should be ruled out.
Consult physician and get examined.
EKG will be very much helpful.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sun, 25 Aug 2013
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