On Jan 16 i had a severe panic attack. I have been in treatment for depression since i had a Hysterectomy 3 years ago. 2 weeks after my panic/anxiety attack i have had severe muscle twitching through the whole body BP has been elevated. Most of the time my legs feel to weak to even hold me up from a sitting position. is this all in my head but even my family has noticed weightloss the bruising and felt my twitches. please help
This is very True Red_Star! I have low magnesium, and I take supplements! I have muscle twitching all over too , and Anxiety also! And heart arrhythmia, bad menstural cramps too. Have you had your magnesium checked? If not, it wouldn't hurt to mention that to the doctor! Take care sweetie!
Well so far my thyroid is fine , kidneys is fine, no inflammaton in system, my vitamins or should i say B vitamins is fine, CBC is fine, but Calcium is high . Some days better than others but still having problems. i still have lots of other symptoms thats to much to list here. but am keeping a journal of this.
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