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No more exercise until a diagnosis

Saturday, March 17, 2012

I just wanted to stop in and make a short blog.

For the past month I haven't been feeling too well. I've been lightheaded, faint, confused, irritated, & moody. My heart feels like it's pouding out of my chest. I finally decided to go to the doctor after having a horrible "attack". I was laying on the couch just crying to my husband. It is so scary. I've been having this happen for almost 2 years off and on. I've seen 2 different doctors about it but they gave me some really stupid diagnosis. I finally have a doctor that I LOVE. He listens to me and understands what I'm saying. I'm really going to miss him when Nick gets stationed somewhere.

Anyway, when I find out more I'll be sure to update!

Keep up the good work everyone! I love coming on here and seeing all of you losing those pounds!!!

Love ya!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
MEGFOLTZ 3/19/2012 10:59AM

    Thank you all :D. They first put me on anxiety medication and it didn't help, it actually made my symptoms worse.

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NIKIZ628 3/18/2012 1:00PM

    I had similar issues a few years ago- the official diagnosis was Generalized Anxiety Disorder. it can be VERY scary (& feel like you are having a heart attack!). You never know when its going to flare up. Hopefully they find out what is wrong with you SOON! Hang in there!!

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CIZETHEDAY124 3/18/2012 11:24AM

    I agree with Amber - this sounds scary! Good luck with finding a diagnosis and getting help from a doctor that you love.

I wish you the emoticon possible outcome!

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AMBERDAWN723 3/18/2012 2:04AM

    That sounds scary! I sure hope they can find out what's going on. emoticon

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CHEROKEE1946 3/17/2012 11:52PM

    Good Luck to you.

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