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Weak and heart rate goes up. Arms and face itching. Hiatal hernia causing problems?

I've started having these spells where My skin feels like it has been"asleep" and is for lack of better words is waking up. I feel weak and my heart rate goes up. it seems to last about a couple of hours at a time. I've had my heart checked and been to the hospital twice with these symptoms. i also noticed my arms and face and legs feel like the itch. I noticed I feel blotted.. could my hiatal hernia cause this.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Hi, thank you for posting at HCM.
Symptoms that you refer are caused by hiatal hernia. One of the complication of hiatal hernia is anemia(decresing number of red beads of blood) that is caused by low haemorrhage. Heamorrhage happens in 10-30% of persons that suffers from hiatal hernia. You sholud do stool for occult blood test and blood test.
Hiatal hernia makes you feel uncomfortable. The results will give us the right treatment.
Take care of yourself.
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