Well, DB 37, I'm no doctor, but I have been getting random similar symptoms occasionally. If you were having some kinda heart attack, it would have happened already. I've never heard of "prep symptoms" for an oncoming heart attack! I went through a bunch of crazy symptoms (and still am). Heacaches, lightheadedness, feeling of diconnection with reality, random spurts of numbness and tingling (which seems to be located primarily in the left side of my body - left hand and foot mostly), bloody stools, intestinal problems... anyway, long story short, got blood work, EKG, chest x-ray, and colonoscopy done. Everything was fine. I was told I have an anxiety disorder. You might wanna do some research on that, because anxiety can manifest itself in very physical (and terrifying) manners. Trust me, I know.
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