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Woke up with numbness, tremors, dizziness. What does this mean?

i just woke up and I was very numb shaking, and very dizzy what does this mean? I also have had chest pains for the past couple of years and i ve seen several heart specialist and they all have said i m fine but this just scared me to death I still am having all of these symptoms and im really scared please help if you can? Thanks!
Asked On : Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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greetings. Would be interesting knowing if this is the first tome you are experiencing this feeling. However, if its repetitive, you might need to consult a internal medicine specialist. Blood electrolytes (Calcium, Potassium, Magnesium) would be worth carrying out, with respect to your chest pain, a pain in the chest must not always be or cardiac or heart origin. Other structures in the thoracic cage could cause pain when attained, and a pain from another area not even the chest could be falsely felt as if it it comes from within the chest. A more critical analysis of the pain needs to be assessed, a good cardiologic, pneumologic and an internal medicine consultations could be of help.
I think you need to reviist your internist and probably a pneumologist for proper reevaluation and care.They shall decide whether you meet a cardiologist or psychiatrist if need be.
Be well,
Luchuo, MD
Answered: Tue, 29 Jan 2013
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