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Why do I have heart palpitations and breathlessness ?

hi i am a 15 yearl old gurl i am a really outgoin teen i have fun a lot. im always active but i havea problem. that a few months ago everytime i have fun or do somthing really active it makes my heart super speed up. really fast to the point that i feel really breathless and get headaches and sumtimes my left should hurts a little. i dont think is that of a normal thing to happen. anything i do even when its not as active makes my heart beat speed up. and lately i been having trouble breathing. what do you guys think i have? or what should i do? i went to the dr. and told them about it. but didnt took me serious. they said that to not worry about it. that it was good. but i dont know i dont think its good for my age. or i dont kno what do you guys think? is it normal?
Asked On : Sun, 28 Aug 2011
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Some time due to hyperactive work is caused for increase heart rates and with it there is always increase in oxygen demand in the body and you feel is normal with hyperactive state,heavy exercise,after climbing stairs... but it gets normal after 10 to 20 minutes rest but if it persists than go for cardiac evalution,x_ray chest and haemogram to rule out cause. consult your physician for furher medical management.
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