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Wavy vision, sweating, shaky hands, weakness. MRI normal

Yesterday, on my way to work, I had wavy vision in the left corner of my eyes. After 30 minutes it disappeared. Then in the afternoon, I had sweats, shaky hands, and a weakness or fatigue of my entire body as if I had NO energy, I felt lifeless. I have had an eye exam, a MRI , and a sonigram for my jugular veins. All check out normal. I have blood tests every 6 months because I had a triple bypass (no heart attack ) in 2005. My doctors cannot give me an answer.
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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The symptoms that you mentioned are likely to be related to heart. Either the rhythm of heart beat may be getting disturbed or the heart muscles are not getting enough blood. You have not mentioned whether you got evaluated for heart following these episodes. Recording BP and other heart parameters during the attack will be useful. Consult your cardiologist.
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Answered: Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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