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Heart races, chest pain. What is wrong?

Hello, Im Twelve going on to be thirteen in May. Sometimes my heart would beat hard and it would hurt then it stops like a mili second and beats at its normal rate and Ive had chest pains herw and there for some reason but I havent had one lately and the aching beat was 5mins ago maybe. Also sometimes when I would lie down my heart may heart and its hard to move but afterawhile of standing still I can move normally again. PLEASE HELP. HELP HELP HELP. THANK YOU XXX
Asked On : Tue, 9 Apr 2013
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hi,, people with hyperthyroidism can have increased hear beats and palpitations.check out for other signs of thyroid disorders. chest pain in this age may not be due to heart problems, it may just be a stomach pain.. anyhow the rapid heart rate and variations in rhythm you are complaining may prompt any treating doctor to go and look out for an e.k.g (e.c.g).teens usually face such problem.. i think chances of having something wrong with your body is less. dont worry.
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