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I Feels like my heart is beating weird

feels like my hearts beating wierd, wierd feeling in chest !!!SCARED.. is this normal?!?!? im a teen age 15. i have atrial fibrilation a type of arythmia that happends to me sometimes.. im in the cardiology clinic. it doesnt feel like my heart is out of control fast right now. but my chest feels a little wierd my hearts not going fast.. but its banging wierdish, and im really panicing and scared. will this just go away after a while? i mean like.. its not dangerous or anything right?
Tue, 15 Dec 2009
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I would seek medical attention, if you are having trouble with your pulse and heart and pains in your chest .
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