A little over 4 months ago, I was awoken from sleep with chest pains in a localized spot in the center of my chest. This was shortly followed by tingling/numbness down my right arm and hand. Worried that it could be a mild heart attack, I promptly left for the ER. They performed an x-ray, clot test, ekg - all came back normal. The ER doctor believed my symptoms were likely caused by acid reflux/GERD. He gave me a GI cocktail and a prescription for omeprazole. He told me to follow up with a cardiologist just to be safe as well as a gastroenterologist.
Almost immediately after that visit, I began having these episodes during the night, where as I am about to fall asleep, I feel a rush or electric impulse that promptly wakes me up. This keeps reoccurring until my sleepiness completely goes away and I can't go to sleep for hours later. Then during the following day, I would have elevated blood pressure (usually 140/90) and pulse (hovering around 100bpm) - very new symptoms to me. As a result, the cardiologist, having found no heart problems (other than elevated cholesterol), prescribed a low dose of Bystolic (2.5mg per day) to alleviate the hypertension. This did seem to help. My blood pressure and pulse returned to normal.
Yet I then began having severe bloating/burping as well as abdominal pains and abdominal spams on the left side. I'd had a lot of bloating issues in the past, but it usually wouldn't cause discomfort. Now though it was accompanied with moderate pain and spasms, as well as occurring in my back on the left side. This strange fizziness in my throat began to hit me while I was in bed. The GI doctor performed an abdominal CT with contrast. Everything came back normal. She also had a H. Pylori test and test for Celiac. Both came back negative.
I now have had the sleep "rushes" return and my blood pressure has crept back up, while still being on this Bystolic. I recently was awoken with a fast, pounding pulse, and checked - 155/90. I've also now been getting neck pains in the back and front, that I don't think are nerve related, and not throat related.
What in the heck is wrong with me? I'd love to return to normal and do what it takes to get there. I'm a 31 year old male, 5'10", 170lb.