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What causes frequent urination with chest pains and quickened pulse at night ? How can these symptoms be treated ?

i have frequet urine in the day time which leads to rapid heartbeat and the heartbeatsft lowers it beating after taking some water, the heartbeart get worse in the night especial after some hours sleep which leads to left chest pain .
Asked On : Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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Hi Mukhtar. Thanks for your query and for using Health Care Magic

You mention that your heart rate increases during urination and some times at sleep.
There i chest pain too.

You are having palpitations.
There are many causes.
However it its associated with chest pain of light headedness, it needs evaluation.

The best option for you would be to under a HOLTER testing to find to whether you have any arrhythmia or not.
If its normal, then you need not worry.

Hope this answers your query.

Thanks and Regards
Answered: Thu, 23 Jun 2011
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