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Irregular heartbeats, painful, dizziness, palpitations. Will it pass?

Hey, I get a really inconsistent heart rate with pain, dizzy ness, palpitations and my heart feels like its going to burst out and the n it feels as if its not beating at all should I be conserved its been happening for about a month with palpitations being the first thing I noticed about 2 months ago should I be conserned or will it pass?
Asked On : Wed, 12 Dec 2012
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Welcome to HCM ,
irregular heart beat with palpitation should be evaluated further and should not be neglected ,
problem which go away by its own or other small issue causing palpitation will not cause irregular heart beat , so irregular heart beat with palpitation requires further test ,
do basic test like 2 D Echo and 24 hour holter study which gives you idea about your heart beat regularity in 24 hours and any major rhythm abnormality ,
consult your cardiologist and get evaluated ,
take care
Answered: Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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