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Diabetic, having heart rate high. Cause and cure? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 19-Mar-2013
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User:hello sir
Doctor:welcome to XXXXXXX
User:i want to know that i feel that my heart rate is high
User:first why it happen
Doctor:May i know your age ?
User:it is about 105
User:28 year
Doctor:and when exactly did u feel that way ?
User:some nourvasness
Doctor:how often do u check it ? and is it always that much ?
User:i can listen when it will beats
User:yes i think
Doctor:are u under stress ? are u taking any medications ?
User:i will check by manualy and through BP machine
Doctor:are u able to sleep properly ?
Doctor:do u feel your heart rate , even while sleep ?
User:no iam not taken any medition
Doctor:may i know if u have checked your heart rate after waking up ?
User:somw time before i done ECG also but it is normal
Doctor:do u have such feelings and heart beats, all through the day ? or is it only during specific timings ?
User:morning it is less aroung 90 and in the evning it will become more
User:in the office hour might be i forgot due to under pressure of work
Doctor:is your BLOOD pressure, within range ?
User:but in eveing and night i feel
User:no it is little high
User:about 130\90
Doctor:do u sleep well ?
Doctor:do u feel rested , in the morning, ? or u feel still tired ?
User:in morning i feel better
Doctor:have u lost weight , recently ?
User:not more 1 or 2 kg
Doctor:do u sweat a lot ?
User:but i have diabtees
Doctor:how long have u had it ?
User:recently i have checked
Doctor:are u on insulin or any medications for it ?
Doctor:has ur doctor, not adviced anything ?
User:i have start working
Doctor:do u know your blood sugars or your HBA1C levels ?>
User:he told first u have to loss your weight so i have start walking and yoga
User:200 mg
User:with fasting
Doctor:since how long have you had the symptoms of palpitations ?
User:recently i have feel this before one year i also feel like this but i didnot take any medication
Doctor:do they occur more after a work out ? while walking or even at rest ?
User:so what would u suggest
Doctor:have u done any other blood tests like thyroid functions , kidney and liver functions ?
User:one more thing i feel that i have feel some pain near to color bone and back side in left side
User:yes kidney fuction i have done but it is ok
Doctor:may i know ur height and weight ?
User:168 cm and 77 kg
Doctor:you seem to have a BMI of 27.28 , which is overweight , but not that significant too.
Doctor:proper diet and exercise can help you to get back on track
Doctor:i would advice you to do a thyroid function test
User:my question why the hesrt rate is high
User:and what is the solution
Doctor:having a high thyroid hormone levels is the most common cause of high heart rate
User:waht about the pain that i feel in left side , it is because of the hert high
Doctor:In cases , where the EKG is normal, the causes can be due to conditions like stress, thyroid abnormalities, panic attacks,
Doctor:sometimes, having a high heart rate, can present as discomfort or milkd chest pain
User:in the chest i dont feel any pain
Doctor:it could also be due to your high levels of your blood pressure
Doctor:then where exactly do u feel it ?
User:near to color bone and in the same line at the back side
User:and in the same lin front side
Doctor:you mean in the centre of the chest, the breast bone ?
User:no no in very left side
User:near to under arm
Doctor:you mean to the side ?
User:i feel pain in the neck also
Doctor:the most likley cause of your pain could be musculoskeletal pain
Doctor:and i would not worry about them
User:ok so it is not related to heart
Doctor:you should first get a thyroid function test
Doctor:and a Chest X XXXXXXX
Doctor:in case they are normal, then the most likley cause of your palpitations could be due to stress or panic attacks
User:what is panic attack
User:this heart attack
Doctor:panic attacks, is a condition where physiological stress results in sever anxiety and this causes high heart rate
User:and one more thing i had left smoking completly befour four and five months
Doctor:NO , this is not a heart attack ,
User:this is from my side
User:any thing would you like to suggest
User:is there any tablet or medition for that
Doctor:i would like to know, what did your doctor mention, when you met him the last time
User:i meat last 30 days ago
Doctor:i mean with the physical examination
User:and he conclude i have all the things because of the sugar
User:he is not suggesting any thing
Doctor:i would advice you to do some meditation, and pranayama exercises
Doctor: XXXXXXX breathing exercises, will help you to control your heart rate well
User:my concern is that this is not the sighn of herat problem
Doctor:In addition, you can take GERIFORTE tablets 1 tab twice a day
Doctor:this will reduce your stress and anxiety levels
Doctor:NO , SINCE YOUR EKG is normal, i do not suspect anything wrong with it
User:yes that normal
Doctor:so, you can get the tests done, and take the tablets i have mentioned for now
User:ok sir
Doctor:based on the results, additional tests or suggestions can be given
User:thanks for your suggestion
Doctor:but , the main thing is to control stress
Doctor:you should also do a HBA1C levels
User:means sugar
Doctor:this will give a glycemic control values, over the past 3 months, and help to grade the diabetes and its extent
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