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Heart beat goes high while going to bed - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Hypertension and Heart Disease
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User :   my heart beats go very high while I go to bed
Doctor :   Hi
User :   hi
Doctor :   How can I help you ?
Doctor :   Please proceed with your query.
User :   My heart beats go high when I go bed
User :   some time there is small pain
Doctor :   ok.
User :   but not always
Doctor :   Since when are you having this problem ?
User :   last week
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Have you shown this to a doctor or a paramedic , and did they measure the no. of heart beats.
Doctor :   How is your pulse rate ?
User :   no but i am planning to go
User :   is this any serious
Doctor :   How about your blood pressure ?
User :   it is normal
Doctor :   To help you better I need to know some more symptoms.
User :   okies
Doctor :   May I know your age please ?
User :   28
Doctor :   Do you have any violent vomitings or any pain in the chest at rest ?
User :   no
Doctor :   Or any pain in your back ?
User :   some times
Doctor :   Or any tingling sensation in your arm,forarm or fingers ?
Doctor :   Ok
User :   no
Doctor :   Do you consume alcohol ?
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Do you smoke ?
User :   once in a 15 days
Doctor :   Ok
User :   no smoking but chewing gutka
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Do you have any previous history of acidity or gastritis?
User :   yes
Doctor :   How are your food timings ?
Doctor :   Are they timely ?
User :   lunch at 2:00 and dinner at 10:30
Doctor :   How much is your height and weight ?
Doctor :   Ok, Do you have breakfast ?
User :   height 6 foot and wt 65
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   Regularly?
User :   in brekfast i used bred and omlet
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   That is very healthy.
User :   not regularly
Doctor :   Ok.
Doctor :   I would suggest you to take the following medication and if it has reduced , than it must be acidity.
User :   ok
Doctor :   1. Eno one XXXXXXXX in water now/when you have pain.
User :   ok
Doctor :   2. Gelucil MPS Chewing tabs. one at 12noon before lunch and one before dinner at 8.30pm, at least half an hour before lunch or dinner.
User :   ok
Doctor :   But i would advise you to follow the following steps : User :   ok
Doctor :   1. get your B.P., Pulse and Heart rate checked tomorrow.
User :   ok
Doctor :   2. Also ask the doctor to palpate your stomach or abdomen for any pain.
User :   ok
Doctor :   3. If B.P.,Pulse are fine, please ask him to prescribe a Rantac or Omez if necessary.
Doctor :   Are you a bachelor or married?
User :   i will do
User :   bachlor
User :   going to marry on coming aug
Doctor :   I advise you to avoid hotel food, though i know it is difficult.
User :   oki
Doctor :   As in every food stuff they mix baking soda which causes acidity
Doctor :   Acidity pain is like heart attack and is called heart burn.
User :   oki
Doctor :   So dont worry, but have lots of fruits, juices, fresh vegetables, no drinking at all for at least 3 months, and lots of water.
Doctor :   Avoid spicy,oily and masala food.
User :   oki
Doctor :   Hope you have followed
Doctor :   please follow them and you will get well soon.
User :   thanks doctor i will do
Doctor :   Thank you for consulting me, Take care.
Doctor :   Bye for now.
User :   bye thanks a lot
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