Hi JozelynKelly01 So sorry to hear your feeling rotten
I am not medically trained so can not say for certain that your symptoms are just due to anxiety.
Just over 18 months ago after / during a period of extreme stress I started to have panic attacks ( for the first time in my life ). Panic attacks are very physical. Chest pain, shortness of breath, feeling dizzy and feeling immobilised, sometimes with an inexplicable feeling of fear. The panic attacks very soon became anxiety attacks which could last for hours on end. I could be happily sitting watching tv, or doing whatever, when it would come over me. Chest pains, particularly on the left side. Pains in the left side of my neck, left shoulder and arm. Tightness of my whole chest, feeling short of breath, lightheaded, dizzy and hot. Often incredibly and overwhelmingly hot. I could also get the heat thing just on its own. My gp sent me for a comprehensive heart check. It came back all clear / all good. although they did have a go at me for my cheese consumption, still working on that one. The heat thing could also last many hours on its own. I am post hysterectomy by 15 years so I knew it wasn't that.
The anxiety attacks could last for not just hours but days as the months and the stress went on. I also became very scared to leave the house. Which when I did would intensify the symptoms immensely. I was once walking to the bus stop to go to see my gp and virtually collapsed, only stopped by clinging on to a lamp post. Again with all those symptoms including that feeling of being immobilised, my body feeling like it weighed many tonnes. I must have looked a right whally ! Safe to say this has all now passed. But it did last longer than the stress, a lot longer.
I would doubt it is your thyroid, unless you are hyper. Do you have any recent blood test results ? I'm afraid I don't know a lot about hyper symptoms and hopefully someone else can advise you on this. I also couldnt say if it is physically caused by your ovary problem. but I do hope a swift and happy resolution is found for that soon.
Hope that helps and you are feeling better soon.
Extra note - I wouldn't recommend you take propranolol for the anxiety. It didn't help me much and I later read that it slows down your thyroid. I did find that wine helped but unfortunately that is also counter productive as alcohol worsens anxiety. I did find meditation music helped. I'm no good at meditating but just having the music while in a nice deep hot bath or lay in a dark room definitely helped me. I'd recommend some 7 chakras, there's lots to choose from on youtube.