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I'm in the er scared to death praying EKG comes back normal please pray for me

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    Sorry for not posting all I was freaked earlier I went to er cause of the dizziness I keep having and my bp shot up very high, they did an EKG which thank god came back normal. Now I can at least calm down about my heart causing it. But can I ask a few questions anyone take or ever taken vistaril? They gave me one in er and a prescription for it. And two how accurate is ekgs?
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      Yes, I currently take Vistaril when needed. I don't really like how it makes me feel while I'm asleep, so I try not to take it, but if my anxiety acts up badly then I take it and just have trouble sleeping. Ever since I started propanolol I haven't needed it though, just taking melatonin for sleep when needed. How did you like it?
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    It calmed me some but not enough to see big difference yet I'm just going to stick with it and hope it helps
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    Thank you
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    Sorry you are in the E.R you will be fine just relax and take deep breaths i was in the E.R on Thursday my heart rate racing at a 123 was scared really scared they did not put me in all they did was give me a shot of ativan they should have kept me and ran some test on why my heart rate was that high 
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    I was hooked up to a monitor and watched given vistaril and ekg and sent me home
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