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Should I talk to my doctor about my hyperkalemia symptoms?

Hyperkalemia does not usually have symptoms until it has become severe, so you should definitely talk to your doctor then. Symptoms consist of abnormal beating of the heart or heart stoppage, weak and fatigued muscles, paralysis, and nausea. This condition is serious, and individuals who experience these symptoms should contact a doctor.

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