Underweight, low blood pressure, fast and slow resting hbr, achy legs and arms, breathless with stairs and dizzy spells. Is it my heart?

M.D. visit. A first step in the management of these symptoms is to have your cardio-pulmonary condition assessed. Pulmonary arterial hypertension should be considered in the work up.
Don't know. It could be your thyroid, an autoimmune disease, just your heart, a lung/heart circulation problem .... See a physician and get to work at getting to the bottom of it.

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