Are elevated sugar levels, heart palpitations and hypertension signs of PFO?
Probably the panic atracks
Hello, madame. Welcome to HCM and thank you for your question. I understand your concern.
Well, there are certain physiological states that can increase the heart beat and, therefore, produce premature beats (hence the palpotations). These include: physical activity, psychological stress, caffeine-containing beverages, hormonal changes etc. During panic attacks, there is an increased release of adrenalin and noradrenalin, which, in turn, increase the heart beat and may produce premature beats, which are accompanied with palpitations. My opinion is that there is nothing to worry about and you should enjoy the upcoming parties. However, if this has become a worrisome phenomenon to you, I would recommend a consult with a psychiatrist or a clinical psychologist, to further determine a short course treatment with anxiety-relievers, such as benzodiazepines.
As for the findings in the echocardiogram,
it is recommended by guidelines and by my personal experience, that a 2D echo cardiogram should be carried out every one year, referring to your age, and there is nothing to worry about at the moment.
I hope I was helpful with my answer. Please close the discussion and rate the answer, if you do not have follow-up questions. If you do, I would be happy to help.
Wish you all the best,
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