(off topic)..either health anxiety or I'm about to die!! :D

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  1. Enough

    Enough Silver Member

    ok, ok..

    so I've just got a little pain in my calf muscle.. almost certainly nothing.. But Im CONVINCED I've got a DVT, and I'm about to collapse from a stroke/heart attack!!:eek:

    ..although, I feel absolutely tickety-boo, and have no signs or symptoms of anything wrong other than this little pain.. which is likely to be some kind of cramp or muscle strain...

    ..far more likely to be the pressure/anxiety of the exams/essays I'm in the middle of..

    ..but I can't stop 'what-if'-ing!

    hmm... need to get out more!! :p

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  3. Sunshine Singer

    Sunshine Singer Dropped White Sugar & Feeling Fantastic

    Oh dear...... I do sometimes get that when i wake up during the night and i have to stand up with my foot flat on the floor to get rid. Othere than that i can't help. Hope you're okay. If it persists go to the doc xxx
  4. canireallydothis!!

    canireallydothis!! Gold Member

    I'm just like you, had heartburn last night and thought it was a heart attack, unbelievable, I was panicking so much I had a panic attavk.

    Time to calm down and get some rest me thinks!
  5. badger1980

    badger1980 Full Member

    Chill chill chill. We worry too much, I thought I was gonna die last weekend, kidneys ached, stomach cramp and pain between the shoulders, turns out it was a reaction to the sweetener in coke zero.:D
    Sounds like cramp and in a couple of days youll laugh about it. :)
  6. Enough

    Enough Silver Member

    thanks guys - helped me get things back in proportion! :D
  7. Katycakes

    Katycakes Stubborn tortoise

    Hope you are feeling better soon. Badger, lol... glad your achey kidneys were nothing bad!


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