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My name is Tamas I’m 26 years old from Romania. I will try to keep it short with my story.
Everything happened on the 15 of May 2018 when I get home from a 10Km run. When I arrived in the house I started to shake, I had severe muscle back-pain I felt dizzier and powerless. In 2 days, I felt better and I thought that I recovered so I did another 10K run. This time was much worse, in the last 3 Km I was exhausted, my muscles from my back were contracted horrible the pain and the dizziness came back. When I arrived home, I was shaking and I had a sensation that I’m going to vomit.
All this symptoms dizziness, sensation of vomiting, temperature (38.5) persisted for the next week. After that I was a bit better but still could not walk more than 200m, because my muscles on my back started to contract and heart in a manner that I had a sensation of passing out sometimes. I need to mention that in the last year from 2017 April I lost 30KG till May 2018. I was doing intense workout and I

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replied July 11th, 2018
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Hello and welcome to EHF,

I appreciate your concern,

Intense workout and significant weight loss could be the cause,I think you have got mineral and electrolyte deficiency while losing all the fat.Dehydration can cause all these symptoms as well If you've been working out in this hot weather without proper intake of water to keep the balance.

You didn't complete your query so I don't know what you actually want to know but I think you should get your electrolytes level checked as soon as possible and discuss this issue with your GP.
Meanwhile don't exercise,drink plenty of water and fresh juices and eat healthy foods.

I hope this is helpful,

Wishing you the best of health.

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