I am a 32 yr old male.... very active and no previous medical issues. Nine months ago, I felt as though i was having a heart attack (chest pain, shortness of breath, arm pain/fatique) I have since had numerous MRI's, CAT scans and blood work, urine tests, I even had an angiogram. Nothing seems to be showing up in the tests. I am now having trouble with blood pressure. At rest it will spike to crazy numbers a little while later it will be abnormally low. I am trying medications to try and aid in the symptoms but have had no luck finding the problem.,.I also have extreme weakness in my arms when i do anything physical with them. I have seen cardiologists, endocrinalogist and my own doctor. I am hoping some ideas can be brought forward as we are all at our wits end trying to figure out what is going on. I had a 24 hr blood pressure test and it shows exactly what I have been saying and yet, still no answers. has anyone else had these symptyoms?
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