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I’m Always Weak – What Should I Do?

By Dave / October 10, 2007

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Question:

I have a question about my health.i don’t feel comfortble with doctors answer in atlanta.

They say i have a weak muscle in my heart,that is why i have a shortness of my breath,i also have high blood pressure,i’m alway’s weak,it feel’s like i’m going to faint,so i lay down and close my eye’s,the doctor also said that i don’t have dietbets,are low iron,but yet i’m still week,i’m 34 years old,please give me an answer.

 

Answer:

Hi Shawnice, thank you for writing in with your question!

Unfortunately, you haven’t given me much to go on.

How long have you had this problem? Does anyone else in your family have it? When did it start? What is your diet like? Are you taking any medications? Is there unnatural stress in your life? Are you unhappy with a relationship or work environment? Are you overweight?

There are so many factors to consider that the answers to which could lead to some fresh ideas. However, you have really given me nothing to go by.

Your situation and the symptoms you describe do concern me quite a bit. You need to be under the care of a physician and if your current one is not doing the job for you, you have every right to seek the opinions of another doctor or even many other doctors.

If you are eating unhealthy foods, that alone could be sapping your energy. But, it is doubtful that is causing your shortness of breath. If mainstream medicine is not giving you the answers you want, after checking with several doctors, you might want to seek out a naturopathic doctor to consider things that main stream doctors don’t spend time thinking about.

I can tell you this. If you are not happy with your doctor, go get another one. You have every right in the world to seek a second or even third opinion about your problem.

Obviously, you don’t trust what your doctor is telling you or you wouldn’t have written in. For me, lack of trust with the professional hired to take care of my problems for me is a major issue. I would immediately go find someone I felt comfortable with.

There are many reasons for this, but here are a couple. You will never trust what your doctor says and therefore you will not follow his advice. This leaves you AND the Doctor frustrated. He may begin to see you as a non-compliant patient and he will be as unhappy to see you as you will be to see him.

Another reason is that maybe this doctor hasn’t given you the right answers and you know it at a gut level. If you go to another doctor, he may have a fresh perspective and come up with things that the first doctor wouldn’t have considered for various reasons.

That’s the best I can do with the little bit you have given me to go by. Besides, I’m not a doctor and no one should take what I say on this site seriously. šŸ™‚

Warm Regards,

David Snape
Author: What You Should Know About Gum Disease
available at http://GingivitisKiller.com

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PPS: I consider Falun Dafa to be the cornerstone of my personal health regimen: http://FalunDafa.org

 

* This post is for entertainment and information purposes only. If you have or think you might have a health problem, visit your doctor for advice, diagnosis and treatment.

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