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Having heart palps, anemic, kidney enzymes high. Possibility of underlying heart condition?

Hi, I have been having heart palps for about a month now. ususally in the afternoon . Never when I am active or excercising and it doesn t race. just flutters or feels like it skips a beat and then and extra hard heart beat. My doctor thought it was stress , but I am not stressed . I just had blood test done and all is normal except slightly anemic and my kidney enzymes were up slightly. He did a full work up on it for hepititis and said it was fine . I am 52 and still getting my period ( just finished) . yesterday i was completely relaxed at the movies and it started up fluttering and beating weird . I had to take .5 mg of xanax which still didnt work , went home layed down and then took another .5 , which finally made it go away. Its making me crazy. I am overweight , but just lost 12 lbs and walk about 6.25 miles twice a week. Otherwise i am in good health? Now I m worried I might have an underlying heart condition. My brother had 2 stents put in in the last 10 years and my dad died at 63 of a heart attack .
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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hi.good have family history of heart may get this type of problem due to anxiety,but it may be from underlying heart may be due to anaemia and weakness.i advise you to do an ecg,to take nutritious diet and to exercise,do can consult a cardiologist also.bye.take care.inform me further
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