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I get a jolt through my body accompanied by a whooshing sound, what could it be ?

i get a shock like jolt through my body accompanied by a whooshing sound twice in my ear. what could this be I have been experiencing these shock/jolts through my body with a weird sound in my ears or head . Its hard to explain the noise that it makes. I also feel my heart acting a little weird too, like a skip or something. I have had it happen already 8-10 times today and its only noon. Has anyone else had this happen ? Is it my brain/spine or is it my heart ? I have several tests coming up to see what it could be but they aren t for 2 weeks . I feel like its getting worse. What do I do?
Asked On : Fri, 25 Feb 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
actually abot ur skipped heart beats can be a arrythmias r irregular beat ,its quite common n nothion to worry unless its givin u serious trouble,as such for tat heart beat u can do deep inspiration n expiration for 10 min t ll relieve , if its giving u serious problem like breathlesness thn u can visit a cardiologist .
Answered: Wed, 31 Aug 2011
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I was just looking this up also as I have been feeling the same. If you find out please let me know. Thanks, Leslie
Answered: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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