I am a 23 year old male, fit. My height is about 5'10'' and I weight 163lbs. I have been diagnosed with panic attacks. In the past, I have gone to the ER about 3 times, got full check, MRI, EKG, Holter, you name it. all the tests came back normal with no problems. On March I got a severe panic attack and because I was scared of what it was, I went to the doctor again. The doctor checked my heart and it was normal. Did an EKG that came back normal. My lipid profile was good too, so there were no problems. I do have the same symptoms as before, which are, palpitations, cold sweating hands/feet, shortness of breathe, chest pain, etc., nothing is different. I been able to calm myself down when I feel them, but sometimes it just gets a bit intense. My last check up was in April this year, which everything came back normal. So my question is, when do you guys think is my cue to go to the doctor again, if needed. Like I said, when I feel the symptoms, most of the times, when I start calming down, they go down. It usually start by a few palpitations, which according to my doctor are completely benign and are very common for everyone. I am working on controlling my anxiety, but I still would like to hear some opinions and such. Basically what I want to know, when can I tell it is anxiety and when can I tell is something serious.
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