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Sudden sweating, chest hurt and felt body numb. Took cyclobenzaprine, trazodone and Azithromycin. Suggestion?

I woke up with a charley horse in my right calve and when I rolled out of bed all of a sudden my whole body started massively sweating, my chest hurt and my body felt numb like I was going to faint or collapse. I went to the kitchen and got some water while holding on to the counter for support and tried to see if I could calm my body down or if I was going to call 911. It did go away after about 5-10 min, so I just went back to bed and tried to relax. I am on cyclobenzaprine 10mg and Trazodone for sleep and I also took an azithromycin for the flu I have. Any ideas on what this could have been?
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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Hi ! The sedative drugs you take might have caused this when you got up suddenly from your bed. But considering the history of massive sweating, and chest pain, I would suggest you to get yourself clinically examined by a doctor at the earliest possible hour who may advise you for a ECG, X ray chest , and some routine blood tests including cardiac enzymes.
Wishing you an early recovery.
Answered: Sun, 2 Jun 2013
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