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Get tremors and shortness of breath and nausea all at the same time been happening quite often. Something I should be worried about?

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
Internal Medicine - Rheumatology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Impossible to say

The symptoms are not specific.
See a doctor and have the problems evaluated. Is it possible this is related to chronic anxiety?

In brief: Impossible to say

The symptoms are not specific.
See a doctor and have the problems evaluated. Is it possible this is related to chronic anxiety?
Dr. Ronald Krauser
Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Dr. Louise Andrew
Emergency Medicine

In brief: Hard to know

Hallie, this could be something as simple as anxiety or a number of other things.
You really should speak to a physician in person and describe all of the feelings, when they come on, what helps, what makes them worse, and how you deal with them. Be sure you are eating a good balanced diet, and have someone make an appointment for you to be seen by a clinician. Good luck!

In brief: Hard to know

Hallie, this could be something as simple as anxiety or a number of other things.
You really should speak to a physician in person and describe all of the feelings, when they come on, what helps, what makes them worse, and how you deal with them. Be sure you are eating a good balanced diet, and have someone make an appointment for you to be seen by a clinician. Good luck!
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