Cardiology Questions Answered by Verified Cardiologists.
Are all these symptoms of recent onset? What is your heart rate? Are you also having fever? Where do you feel the numbness? Do you suffer from any medical condition? Do you take any daily medications? Any recent investigations done?
Do you suffer from panic attack?
These symptoms can occur in many disorders and should not be presumed to be due to panic attack unless other conditions have been ruled out by a doctor who will examine you and also order the necessary investigations. You may be suffering from a viral gastroenteric infection which may cause some of your symptoms. If this is the case then the increased heart rate and dizziness may be due to dehydration. You need to drink adequate fluids and juices with a balance meal and also soups.
The dizziness requires a few investigations to rule out an ear infection and also blood investigations to rule out anemia. Please go to the nearest health center.
This could be very well due to anxiety, however that is not the first diagnosis that we need to consider.
It is reassuring that the heart rate is now normal.
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Yes the examination by your doctor will just take a few minutes and will rule out any serious condition.
Yes I would recommend this.
That would depend on your symptoms. If you are having severe symptoms which are disabling and you are not able to go on with your daily activities, then I would recommend an emergency visit. If the symptoms are mild and tolerable you may schedule an appointment.
Later you may consult your doctor in your location regarding this, and also fill a questionnaire to know whether you suffer form panic disorder, and if you do suffer from this then consulting a therapist will be beneficial.
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