i m sakura, 17 years old. i have my electrocardiograph (E.C.G) yesterday i got the result today and the reading is sinus arrhythmia. now my question is, what is sinus arrhythmia? what are the things i must do ...
Hi, i have been asked to visit cardiologist for sinus arrhythmia.. I fell unconscious post hives and then i was rushed to hospital. The physician told me that i had irregular pulse rates, from low of 40 ...
My girlfriend has/suffers from arrhythmia. I m still learning her exact form of it. I ve been around for a few episodes, including one where she fainted. What can I do to help her through the attacks ...
to think how do I get out of the shower and call 911. It took awhile before I had caught my breath again ... less severe. I am concerned since my mother passed away suddenly last spring from a heart arrhythmia ...
of respiratory symptoms. My fever & aches have subsided today. But yesterday I had a sudden onset of arrhythmias (feels like PVC s). That lasted about an hour. The same arrhythmia woke me this morning, and lasted ...
Hello Doctor. Im experiencing arrhythmia when i start walkin after sitting for a bit. It goes away shortly after but its pretty strong. My doctor says im ok
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I will go with your doctors words. its ok provided you have no other complaints like syncope or chest pain.
Is you have a normal heart can you develope an arrythmia a dangerous one if so how and why
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Thanks for your query.
An arrhythmia is an irregular heartbeat - the heart may beat too fast (tachycardia), too slowly (bradycardia), too early (premature contraction) or too irregularly (fibrillation). They occur when the electrical impulses to the heart that coordinate heartbeats are not working properly, making the heart beat too fast/slow or inconsistently.
Hello, my heart randomly starts beating fast and sometimes hurts.It makes it hard to breathe, normally happens when I play soccer.Any suggestions on what it is?
Sinus arrhythmia related to exercise perhaps. However it would be worth to rule out a pre-existing heart illness.
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