Hi, it started with me trying out a cycle machine end of June this year. While trying out, I had near black-outs. not quite but almost. I was okay for the rest of the day. However the next day, I had near black-outs again, this time just sitting at my desk. Then my tongue/mouth felt numb. Went to the hospital. Nothing diagnosed. Rested the next day. However the morning of the third day, I felt worse than ever. Had palpitations whenever I moved slightly. Had weird sensations like blood rushing to my head. I was hospitalised in the evening. throughout my week there, I kept having palpitations (or awareness of my heart beating) and the weird sensations. Also, my neck and face occassionally gets numb. But the numbness goes away in a few minutes.
The doctors cleared my heart and brain. So now I'm back home. It's been almost 3 months and I'm still bed-ridden. I still have a heightened awareness of my heart beating and every slight movement brings about palpitations. My numbness has gone now though.
I have checked out Chronic Fatigue SYndrome. Besides the persistent fatigue, i do not have any of the 8 primary signs and symptoms except for extreme exhaustion lasting more than 24 hours after physical or mental exercise.
However, I do have the following:
* Post-exertional malaise
* chest pain
* slight weight loss but have since maintained
I hope someone might be able to tell me what is wrong with me soon.
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