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What is the cause of increase in heart rate and palpitations?

just felt a raise area inside mouth,it is purple and looks like bloodclot under membrane ,doent hurt,have had bad cold last few days
occasional heart rate increase and papitations.,several whte tiny spots in area as well the site is missleading said it was computer ,not a real doctor and doent say anything about charges for info,sorry to have bothered you..
Tue, 11 Mar 2014
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Hi,

The increase in heart rate (palpitations) you are experiencing is due to bad cold you had. Please bare in mind that in cases of infection (like bad cold), the heart rate is normally increased.

With regards to raised area inside the mouth and white tiny spots, they are also related to bad cold (also called cold sores inside the mouth).

I advise to:
- keep a good oral hygiene
- do throat gargle with water and salt
- take 1 table spoon of olive oil daily followed by 1 teaspoon of honey
- drink more water (especially tea)

If no improvement within a couple of weeks, should seek medical attention.

Wish fast recovery!
Dr.Sejdini
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