I am a 35 year old female. I've worked in smokey bars for the past three years not getting out until 4 or 5 am. I occaisonally smoked but have not for two weeks now. I left my job last week and have since had a terrible sore throat, I could barely chew or swallow for quite a few days. I've been having on and off pains in what I'm guessing is my right ovary. I've also been having terrible heart palpitations, but I am completely aware of my own anxiety attacks, I'm hoping that is the cause of the palpitations.
Today I've had the oddest syptom yet. My shins feel numb to the touch and appear slightly swollen. Over the course of about 8 hours my feet are mildly numb and tingly as well as clammy. I've never experienced this and "shin splints" keep coming up when I search it, but I have never been a runner or jogger. Could being on my feet for 10 hours a night do this? I never experienced this until a week after I quit. Also, it is in both legs, symmetrical sensation.
Any thoughts would be appreciated. I'm avoiding the Dr. since I do not have insurance.
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