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Am i too young to have a stroke..im 23 sad blood tests are normal

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    That does seem to young to have a stroke .have you had one or do you have symptoms
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    Hey babe, if you've spoken to a doctor about it and had some tests done and if they don't seem concerned it's most probably not a stroke, so try not to worry.

    What are your symptoms?

    You'll be ok, try not to worry : )

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    Rachel,

    the fact that you have chosen to put this post in the anxiety issues section leads me to believe you may have or suspect you have anxiety problems? If you do then chest pain is a common symptom of anxiety though I would still mention it to your GP. If you feel like discussing your feelings and history further it would help us understand your needs and you will get help from those who have been where you are. Until then stay strong, relax as much as you can and don't be afraid to talk, getting things out in the open is often a very therapeutic process and don't worry about sounding silly, nothing here is judged

    take care for now

    David

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    Hi Rachel

    You should see your doctor to rule out any physical problems. It's very doubtful at your age for it to be a stroke but you will feel better to find out from your doctor that's NOT the case.

    I suspect you might be fearful of what you may find out but procrastination is just another ugly symtom of anxiety as well.

    Try not to worry too much and make that appt.

    Best of luck

    Teresa

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