i was just doing some back streches earlier and felt like my heart did a little like thing im still here i have been drinking coffee and stuff and i had a friend who passed away at a young age with a heart arrithimia i started to have a panic attack after that and am frightened i just got over a cold a day or two ago i am 22
I AM A 45 YEAR OLD FEMALE I WEIGH 140 LBS IM 5FT 6IN AND I HAD AN ABNORMAL EKG WHILE I WAS AT HE DENTIST I WENT TO MY PCP AND I HAD ANTHOR EKG WHICH ALSO WAS ABNORMAL SHWING A TRIPLE HEART BEAT 3 TIMES IN A ROW I ALSO HAD A ULTRASOUND AND A STRESS TEST WHICH WERE OK BUT MY DR IIIIIS STILL CONCERNED I HAVE WORN A HOLTER MONITOR ALSO MY PCP IS A GREAT DR AND I TRUST HIM THE REASON HE IS CONCERNED IS I ALSO HAVE SEVERE OCD ADHD AND I TAKE 20 MG 2-3 TIMES A DAY IS THERE ANY MED LIKE ADDERAL BUT THAT WOULD NOT MAKE MY DOCTOR SO CONCERNED AND I WOULD STOP THE ADDERAL BUT THIS IS THE FIRST TIME IN MY LIFE I FEEL NORMAL AND ABLE TO FUNCTION I AM THE MOTHER OF A 22 YR OLD 16 YEAR AND A 4 YEAR OLD SO I AM VERY ACTIVE.
Hi. I have been suffering from chest discomfort, mild left chest pains, intense fear and panic episodes, and constant heart palpitations for a few weeks now. I went to my GP and he did an EKG. Said my heart was slightly arrhythmic. I am super scared of sudden death. He put me on metaprolol, Xanax, and celexa. What else would you recommend? How likely am I to have sudden death? I m 30, non smoker, no alcohol, very overweight, somewhat active. I really would like to have a complete check by a cardiologist, but I have no insurance.
i have a suden flicker like palpitation from my left lower chest folowing sneezing, lying down left lateraly, siting bending forward with no hypertention,no asthma or alergy nor any other problems could it be my heart or diaphram..even my ecg is normal
Hi, I had open heart surgery when I was 2months old and now I am 21 and haven t had any problems with my check ups. But when I get heart palpitations is worries me. I am on citalopram for panics attacks that had started just over a year ago.But when I have a heart palpitations its like it misses a beat and then the next one is a huge beat, is this something to worry about or what should I do?Also pretty much any pain I feel in around my jaw/arm or chest or nearly anywhere really scares me just because I fear its something to do with my heart.
Hello. My normal heart rate is about 100 - 120 bpm. I had palpitations occasionally but I never went to see the doctor as I thought it was normal although they usually lasted from 5 to 10 minutes. Last year when I was 24 weeks pregnant, I had a heart palpitation (while I was resting) and my heart rate went up to 240 bpm. It was only after I got injected with adenosine (35mins later) did my heart rate went down to 120bpm. The doctors diagnosed me with an SVT. Due to that, I requested to deliver my baby through C-section. This year, I'm pregnant again and I still go for my scheduled appointments every few months with the cardiologist. Only now he does not think it sounds like I have SVT. This year I will deliver my baby normally but I'm still quite worried about my heart. My question is, if I don't have SVT, what kind of heart condition do I have? I still have palpitations sometimes, my heart rate is never below 100bpm, I always feel fatigued and chest pain and short of breath. Thank you.
I am 27 years old. I am a healthy eater, non-smoker, and I exercise regularly. I have had heart palpitations that started after taking a high dose of Dramamine (Dimenhydrinate). I noticed the palpitations and a racing heartbeat right after taking the pills. I was scared, but thought it would be fine in the morning. They never went away. That was three months ago. I can describe it as a skipped beat and then a really hard beat. Thump, thump thump....pause....THUMP. I can feel it in my neck and throat. It also disrupts my breathing rhythm. I have seen my general practitioner several times and have had an EKG and stress test. She told me I possibly have PVC s. She is convinced it is nothing to worry about, however, they are increasing in frequency (sometimes 5-6 a minute) and are very distracting (scary too). I get them randomly with an increase during exercise and the day after. My question is: Could taking this medication have permanently alter my heart function? If not, could it have made me more sensitive to my heart rhythm? I repeat, I have NEVER experienced this sensation before taking this medication. I realize heart palpitations can be benign, but why would they start after this one dose, and continue months later? I want to know if there is anything I can do to prevent this from happening, or reverse this effect. I don t understand a whole lot about heart function, and I am not getting a very thorough explanation about how this could happen from my doctor.
I have high blood pressure(165/110) and was put on Lisinoprin 3 weeks ago and it has come down about 30 points...however i have head aches and have shortness of breath . I wake up at night and feel like i'm not getting enough oxygen . I weigh 260...
I was diagnosed with attrial flutters ( arrhythmia ) and the cardiologist did a cardio version and a subsequent EKG showed the condition was corrected. The doctor has me on Xarelto and a beta blocker . I feel fine and I am wondering if I can drink...
My husband is 80 years old and has been diagnosed with congenial heart dease. His heart is only pumping half the speed of a normal heart beat. And now his lungs are filling with fluid. He also has Alzheimer's.