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Please help: Palpitations, panic attacks

Heart Rhythm Conditions | Last Active: Apr 29, 2013 | Replies (14)

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I’ve been dealing with something for the past 2 years. No one can tell me what it is. I’ve suffered with digestive issues and have been through many test. I’ve had a colonoscopy, endoscopy, barrium swallow test, 2 ultrasounds on my stomach area, gastric emptying study, 2 stress test, numerous heart tests, holter monitor etc. The doctors seem to think I’m suffering from anxiety and stress. It seems as though I have symptoms that are worse in the mornings thru about midday and I start feeling better as the day goes on. I feel dizzy for short peroids, nervous stomach, palpatations at times, just an overall worried feeling about nothing in particular. Feels like I experience almost like a out of body sensation. I know this sounds strange and sometimes I feel as though people think I’m crazy when I try and explain what I’m feeling. I’m lost on what’s going on in my body ! I wish I could get some answers.

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We that have experienced panic attacks understand ..there is a website called Anxiety coach it gives ways to cope.really good info check it out.You need to also make sure your horomones are balanced again Endocrinologist…..they are able to help more than just a regular primary care physician.To me when it comes to anxiety.Also write out what exactly is happening when you have those attacks they are called trigger points.If you can identify what triggers aniexty you can learn to process through it(per my therapist).

have the doctor give you buspar it sure has helped me for over 20 years by taking a low dose

You have just outlined exactly what I have been feeling over the last seven months. It’s horrible and I don’t know what to do. I fear taking medication so I won’t see a psychiatrist. You are not alone.

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