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
So I just sneezed and experienced a sped up deep heart beat for around 2 minutes or so got concerned enough to notify my girlfriend that I think some thing is wrong but it suddenly stopped.. What just happened I m still worried just because in the past I ve experienced rapid heart beat at odd times like just laying in bed
I am a 28 year old male, 5 8 , 160 pounds. Whenever I sneeze there is an immediate, intense, and sharp pain on the left side of my chest that I believe is derived from my heart. This has been an ongoing problem for many years. I was on beta blockers for a short time last year to help with heart palpitations, but I quit taking them because I ran out. I also was taken to the hospital 9 years ago for severe chest pains. I have a 5 year history of frequent marijuana use, although I have not smoked in 3 months. I also had a 6 month period of time when I used cocaine heavily, but I have not used cocaine in 4 years. I was a pack-and-a-half a day smoker for about 6 years, but I have given up cigarettes, as well. I still dip snuff 5 or 6 times a day. I take hydrocodone for knee and joint pain about twice a week. I am worried that the sharp chest pains I feel when I sneeze could soon lead to a major health issue. How can I prevent this pain from reoccurring?
hi I am Simon. I have a serious pain on my left chest right below my breast. I play soccer but I can t even do warm up with my players because my panting rate increases within few minutes with pains as if I ran a marathon and when taking deep breath I feel pains and sometimes I can t sneeze because of the pains sometimes it allows me
female 62..on high blood pressure meds for at least ten years; lipitor; recent lab work, blood tests and ekg all normal... in the past week or two i have developed a rapid heart beat when i lie down for bed...fine during daytime...no other symptoms slightly overweight...5 4/ 158. obviously i am concerned...what could this be?
Hello, I had an abnormal ECG-ST & T segment downsloping in 2-3 aVF, V4-V-6. The doctor said it looked worse than the one I had 6 monthes prior. So, I was sent for an Echo Stress test- Results: Excellent exercise capacity 13.9 METS- QRS pattern in lead V1-V-2. Approximately 1-1.5 further inferolateral ST depression over the resting abnormality. No arrhythmia. It stated Otherwise, normal echo. No indication of exercise induced ischemia, or septal infarction. I worry about this everyday. Should I have further testing, my cardiologist said to see him again in 2 years. F-49 yrs. Thank-you.
I am 59 yr female, had adnormal ekg by insurance co at home then followed up with pcp and it came back adnormal, also. Referred to Cardio guy and he did a echo and nuclear stress test which said both test were good. I work out about 5-6 days a week and have at 58-60 pulse rate resting. The cardio said the ekg did show some adnormalities but not to be concernce with. I had a heart work up about 3 yrs ago with same cardio and it was good also, they checked the last one in compairson and the ekg there also show some adnormals in it-- nothing to worry with. Still wondering why my ekg is showing adnormal all the way around. Is there any thing to be concerened with. I talke high blood pressure linsiporl 20 m 1 @day. my blood pressure was 117/75 at time of echo and for the stress test started out high at 140 over 80 the 1st number got up to 178 and the bottom went down to 77.... ??????
Hi! im46 yrs old and i am latina. My concern is that I took an EKG and my results where that. I have sinus rhythm (slow) left axis deviation consistent with LAFB RBBB QRS= 145 ms RSR in V1 S 30 ms in 1v5 v6 Borderline ECG should i be concern? I weight 135 pounds Please let me know concern. Thank You!
Hi. I am experiencing some strange synptoms. When i stand up to walk inget exteemely dizzy and my heart rate spikes. Im concerned. I feel thunping in my chest as well. Uploaded what my heart rate looks like using an app and it looks strange...
Hello, I have mild Hashimoto's and undifferentiated connective tissue disease. Also, I'm in a treatment period for anxiety and obsessive compulsive disorder . My heart rate is always a bit fast (85-95 resting HR, normal blood pressure). In last...