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Weakness in arms, legs, tiredness, left arm pain, tightness in chest muscle. Cure?

Hi I can be sitting down or walking around a store and all of a sudden I go completely weak all my legs and arms just feel drained of energy and this can go on for about an hour or less I also get a pain in my left arm and sometimes I get a tightening in my chest mussel which feels like its around my heart ??? YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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Hello dear
Firstly I want to know your age? History of Hypertension or Diabetes? Lipid Profile? Your weight?
If you are around 30 years than you must take it seriously and do your EKG, stress/ Tread mill test and echocardiography. Rest of the treatment depends on the report. In this age the heart related issue must be ruled out.
Other issue to be ruled out is Cervical spondylosis.
If you are teenager, than this could be due to dehydration or due to some medications you are taking.
Consult your doctor as soon as possible and get treated.
Best Wishes
Answered: Fri, 5 Oct 2012
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