Had pain in legs, shortness of breath, chest pains, dizziness, numbness, dr says I'm fine. Help?

Scary. You know something's wrong but the dr says you're okay. You could see another drfor a 2nd opinion. But then again, this could have been a panic attack, although pain in the legs si a bit unusual. I wonder if it happened before or if you're generally anxious. Try a 2nd opinion for reassurance, and then see a therapist. No matter what, you can make things better.

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