Ok so about 5 and a half months ago I had my first panic attack from smoking weed. I was upstairs smoking with a friend and everything was normal like always. Then about 30-45 minutes after smoking I tried to go lay down because I was a bit tired, but all of a sudden my heart started beating hard and fast so I got back up and decided to get on the computer. Then when I got on the computer it felt like my throat was closing up so I tired drinking water because I thought maybe it was dry, but it didn't help. So I had my mother rush me to the ER. That was the start of all the problems I have now. I went to the hospital and they thought I did optimum or whatever. I have no clue what that was and they didn't really inform me on what was going on. About a week later I tried weed again to see if that was the cause, and to my surprised it happened again but worst! This time I got all the symptoms as before plus more. I was able to deal with it this time because I know I wasn't going to die, but the extra symptom this time were whole body aches. Every since that time and up until now Iv'e had numerous symptoms from heart feel like its stopping, falling asleep then jolting awake seconds later, numb tingling feeling on my left chest and arm, Re-flux type(don't quite know how to explain it), ear ringing, cold-wet type feeling in my ear, different nerve sensation in my head(kind of hard to explain), whole body feeling really light randomly, shallow breathing, random numbness, muscles twitching, head pressure, both side of head near the temple areas feeling like the muscle or veins popping(don't really know how to explain it), feeling like I'm not breathing properly, sneezing sensation that would last for hours but don't have to sneeze, sensation in my throat/chest area(can't really explain it) to random body pains. Every since that second time I just haven't been right. I've been to the doctor more times this year than in my whole life. They just can't find anything wrong. It feels like I will die soon(as in later this year or so...). By the way I'm 19. Please somebody shed some light on my situation any kind of feed back will be appreciated:):(Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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