I've been trying to figure this out for a while. It's always marked up as anxiety. Doesn't add up to me.
So I have these episodes and it takes a toll on my mental and physical health.
A few nights ago, I was on the computer and started to feel a headache. No biggie, I took some ibuprofen. That headache turned into a migraine and I started to feel very nauseous. I went to sleep since it was already 10pm. I woke up to urinate and when I layed back down I felt weird. I started shaking and sweating, then before I know it I'm just slimey and shaking. Checked my blood pressure and it was 141 over 95. I was freezing but sweating. I checked my oral temperature and it was 95.5 degrees. 10 minutes later my oral temperature was 93.8. This went on for about 25 minutes. So i called the ambulance and when they arrived they didn't check me out or anything. Basically they told me it was anxiety and that oral thermometers are garbage and not accurate. That's fine to be biased towards oral thermometers but how can I feel ok and they read 98 degrees and then when these shaking episodes happen they read 95 degrees or under? After it subsided, which was about an hour later, I slept for 10 hours and then for the past 2 days I feel like I was hit by a truck. Completely sore. This might sound like the flu to some, but this happens regularly without any congestion, or cold related issues. It makes me feel depressed and anxious but it's only after these harsh episodes that beat me up. Also when the episode happened, I urinated a lot that day and my stool felt burning. Normal stools but very acidic. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.