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Palpitation, irregular heartbeat, migraine, headache, eye pain. ECG, X-ray done. Taking Vasograin. Cause for palpitation?

I had apalpitation, irregular heartbeat since 2 weeks, also had a migrain, headache , pain on my eyes,i take vasograin 2 time aday regularly. Is this is a cause of palpitation? or is a heart problem, my ECG and Xray shows nothing wrong . what is the cause of my palpitation ? It occurs 3/4 times a day. Please advice my problem.
Asked On : Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query
Vasograin can not cause palpitations. It may be related to anxiety or stress if you are sensitive in nature. Otherwise to get to a diagnosis you need holter study or EKG at the time of palpitations. If it is heart related than it could be either AF or PSVT. Both the conditions are treatable with medications only like beta-blockers or calcium channel blockers.
If you get episode during holter study and your holter study is normal than it is surely be stress or anxiety related. Consult psychiatrist for that.
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Answered: Thu, 30 Aug 2012
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