**Sorry, palpitations is spelled incorrectly in the title...
I'm starting to feel like I'm never going to get a diagnosis. I have had an EKG, chest xray, blood tests, and I have an appointment for a Holter monitor tomorrow.
Recurring symptoms include heart palpitations, fatigue, muscle weakness, feeling disoriented, inability to concentrate, and episodes of overwhelming whole body warmth/sweats, accompanied by nausea and presyncope.
Today I had an episode that was far worse than any that I had ever had before, I'm not sure if it was a one time thing, or if it will become a recurring symptom. I was painting my toenails (standing, bent over) and I felt a wave of heat, started to sweat, felt nauseous, and felt closer to losing consciousness than ever before. When symptoms started to fade (I layed down), my ears began to ring SO loud that I couldn't hear anything... this soon faded to a static-like sound, but it was still loud enough to block out any external sounds. It lasted no more than 5 minutes.
Please offer any advice or possible diagnoses that I can investigate further. This is really having a negative impact on my life, and I don't know what else to do.
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