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Non stop palpitations, SMJ monitor, insomnia, weight loss, headaches, stomach upset, Idioventicular?

I have been fighting with nonstop palpitations no matter what I am doing and my cardiologist put in a smj monitor. These are going on everyday and night. I haven t been getting any sleep. I am losing wieght because of loss of appetite . They are giving me servere headaches and an upset stomach. I have Hyphothyroidism, Asthma , Hypertension . I have enough it is taking a big toll on me. I can t function this way. I have been told I go into v tach and they said I have idioventicular.
Asked On : Thu, 22 Mar 2012
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Dear Sir/ Madam
Thanks for your query
Asthma and some of its medication, both are known to cause palpitations. It is important to ascertain what rhythm disturbance is causing palpitation and what is the plausible cause. You have not mentioned the details of your monitor recording.
Please see an electrophysiologist at earliest.
Would be pleased to answer further queries.
Answered: Thu, 27 Jun 2013
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