first one ECG and second one is Holtermonitor and report has come from ECg was Sinus trachicardiya my pulse rate was 103bpm and from Holter was 85bpm.Doctor has said that it is ok donn t take tensions any ...
I had a 24 hour holtermonitor test on Monday and just received the results. My doctor said I have ... m not comfortable with that answer. I think I should ask my doctor for copies of my EKG and holter ...
Hi! I have had palpatations in the past (not caffiene related)...wore holtermonitor ...just showed PVC s but not often. So, I have not worried about it. I have noticed during the past month that I have ...
,ECHo and 24 hrs holter. Except ECG echo and holter was normal. after few days without any medication ... but when l sit for a while i can feel that bigemeny. that time i have taaken ECG that showed continuous ...
, and wore a HolterMonitor while hospitalized for 2 days. While I wore the Holter I had frequent bouts ...Hi ! I was just diagnosed with Hyperthyroidism . I had many blood tests done and one showed that I ...
my heart seems to stop or something about 20 times a day and i struggle to breath just for a few seconds.
It would be difficult to predict the cause without an Holtermonitoring. Have you consulted a cardiologist?
I have mvps and not on beta blockers anymore cause of the side affects. I hace baby abd tge stressakes my heart race will this wear my heart out sooner
It is most common Heart valve disease. In most, it does not show any symptoms and thus it does it not need treatment. Symptoms like Chest pain, Palpitation, Tiredness you may need treatment. Endocarditis and Stroke are very rare in MVPS. Some have migraine type of headache. Echocardiography and 24-hour Holtermonitor every few year needed. Only few need Beta blockers and Surgery.Takecare
I have been having palpitations and dizziness when working out I have even passed out a few times I can feel my heart beating funny
- heart (check with ECG, cardiac echo, holtermonitoring)
- work overload
- anxiety (check by a neurologist)
First, get controlled by cardiologist, then, see a neurologist.
All the best!
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