Any opinions would be appreciated. For the last 2 months I have felt terrible. Here are my symptoms: swollen feet, sleep apnea (only every now and then....worse under stress), headache, left side of body (hand and arm) often numb, left side of lips numb sometimes, high blood pressure. Sometime when I feel really bad, almost always in early PM or later, I feel confused, dizzy, my speech slurs, the numbness in my left side gets worse. I have almost passed out a few times, but I haven't lost consciousness. When I feel bad, almost every day in the PM, moderate exercise is tough. Sometimes, when I feel really bad, it is tough to breath. Salt and fried foods make me feel really bad. Some chest pains, headaches, my vision seems to get worse the worse I feel. I am 38, a runner (I feel much better in AM and I can run in the AM, most of the time), 5'10 155, male. I went to the doctor and took blood tests, EKG (came back OK). I also can't sleep. Doc just prescribed me something to help me sleep. My dad had heart attack early in his life, high blood pressure in family, grandmom had strokes frequently, starting in her twenties. Mom had thyroid disease. Anyway, the doctor didn't seem like much help, so far, and I am just hopeful somebody can help me understand. Thanks.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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