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I have constant heart flutters for two night

please help all night for 2 nights ive b een having constant flutters in my chest then suddenly thorat will go please help all night for 2 nights ive b een having constant flutters in my chest then suddenly thorat will go tight an i feel i lose breathi had a ecg done a weekago also blood test all come back normal ive felt wrong for a few months but not ifeel smotherd like im goin to choke or lose b reath an collapse im 20 years old could this be a heart attack or would of htis shown up in my blood also get mirnor sshoootin pains an feel i have to make my self breath
Sun, 20 Dec 2009
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Go back to your Dr. and describe your symptoms again and ask for an EKG. It differs from a ECG in that it traces the electrical activity in your heart whereas an ECG shows the structure of your heart.. You can be reassured that you aren't having a heart attack from your blood work and ECG. Anxiety definitely can cause the symptoms you describe and often cause more problems for some people at night when they aren't doing other things to take their mind off of their worries. Talk to your Dr. and good luck.
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