I have suffered these same symptoms since I was a teen, I am 39 now. I have had many tests that all come back normal. My symptoms have gradually gotten worse and the last few months have been very draining. I just can’t seem to keep up with house work etc. I take naps, but wake up with tingling in my arm down to my fingers and sometimes my legs to my toes. I have passed out several times over the years when standing up fast, but remain conscious just have no control and seize. It is over in a matter of seconds, but feels like forever. Most of the time I don’t pass out just come close with the tingling and narrowed vision. My blood pressure is a good low; athletic is how the nurses describe it. I do have IBS with has also gotten worse over the years. Please share if you figure out what it is! I am at wits end and don’t want to waste more $ on doctors and test just to hear the same thing. I am planning on trying a chiropractor though.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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