since yesterday i have a couple of different symptoms which i couldnt relate.
yesterday afternoon i suddenly got a rapid heartbeat while lying in bed, which lasted for some hours.
then i developed tingling in my hands which always lasted for minutes and occured more than ten times a day.
when i stood up i had some mild burning pain in my upper back but it wasnt really bad pain.
in the evening i suddenly developed sharp hunger with mild nausea and feelings of low blood sugar,accompanyed by mania with sudden urge to dance,feelings of derealisation and a bit confusion.then i had an "eating attack",but was still crazy after. :)
i suddenly woke up in the middle of the night and wasnt able to move my right leg for about 5 minutes.luckily my leg felt normal again after that. :-ooo
when i got up in the morning today i felt sick and had some nausea but i ate my breakfast and dinner a bit later than normally.
in the afternoon i developed a very bad bout of nausea,i was very sure that i would be vomiting this day but it didn`t happen.
it was only this strong nausea,i wasn`t able to eat and i had some wishes to be dead.
after about two hours i got this blood sugar feeling again and i put in some dextro sugars and was able to eat a piece of bread.
after one hour the nausea resolved got better and i got manic and crazy again.
i started dancing and felt almost healthy again,except for some short duration and mild burning pains in arms,legs,chest and upper abdomen.
i have no idea what this possibly could be, if these things are related at all and why the symptoms are always changing every few hours??
but i forgot to mention that i have "pseudo hypoglycemia" now for some years,it sometimes occurs after some hours of eating nothing,but it is not the case every day.
it feels like fainting if there is nothing to eat,rapid heart beat,unwell stomach,foggy brain and confusion and usually gets better with eating something.
but i have a normal blood sugar even when i have this problem ,thats the obscure thing at all...
i also had many bloodworks and other examinations which were always very okey.
can anybody help?
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