Right arm and leg feel tight, heavy head feeling...(very worried)
About four days ago, my right leg and arm started to feel very tight and restricted and it almost feels numb inside. It's like the muscles are being strained and flexed 24/7. This odd feeling does not interfere with normal activities at all, but it's quite annoying.
Also, about two days ago, my head started to feel very heavy and when I look down my nose and forehead are feel very odd. When I lay down, it feels better though.
I have terrible anxiety and am a total hypochondriac and I would've already gone to the doctor, except I absolutely hate going there and avoid them at all costs. I was wondering if I should wait a day or two to see if I feel better or just make an appointment right away. By the way, I'm very young (15 years old) so I'm hoping I'm not at risk for anything too serious...
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