Feeling tired, fatigue,

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Hi,

One day in office I suddenly felt uneasiness, breathlessness and I felt I was about to faint. It lasted for 3 mins and I was okay after that. 4 days later, I fell sick and started developing dizziness, breathlessness while walking climbing stairs. I consulted doctor who did ECG and said everything was okay. My sugar and no are normal and I'm 32 yes old. Anyone has idea why

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    Don't just sit and be worried about it. Ask your doctor to send you for further tests. Maybe can send you for a full blood work. How is your thyroid? Maybe it is just a little something. Good Luck

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    Yes I'll do that

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    Is ECG enough to say heart condition? Should I undefined more tests.although he mentioned that I have allergic bronchitis. But it doesn't explain head dizzy

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    Did you feel your heart going really fast?

    Were you unwell or dehydrated at the time?

    Were you stressed before it happened?

    Any chest Pain or tightness?

    Any wheeze? Is your skin more pale than usual?

    Any swelling of the legs?

    Any recent foreign travel, surgery, periods of immobility? Are you on the OCP?

    Do you have problems with anxiety or reflux?

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    ECG’s don’t always reveal what’s wrong with your heart if there actually is a heart problem.  If you experience that feeling again it would be best to visit an emergency room immediately.  Hope you feel better 
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    I've just got my echo results . All seem to be normal. Only rvidd measure 32mm whereas normal is 6-27 mm. Is that need to be worried?

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