Hi my doctor says I suffer from high anxiety, have been to a hear specialist, had a CT scan on the chest and a dozen blood tests done,
I keep getting numbness,pins & needles, stabbing pain, burning on my LEFT arm, Left leg, Left feet with slight pains, neck and regular jaw ache and zaps in my head. all symptoms with regular chest pain some times where the hear is, some times near the sholder-chest and neck area, and some times towards the bottom of my rib cage lungs area. Sometimes this can be followed by mild to heavy panic attacks when I struggle to breath.
I am due to get a gastroscopy and Colonoscopy and will see a Neurologist in the next few months,
The issue I have with being told i have anxiety, is that the symptoms regular and un like Anxiety where it comes and goes, mine stays.
I've even started to go to church and my Pasture thinks I may need God ??
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