hi last night when i went to bed I was almost asleep and my heart quit beating for a second.. I have heart problems and this happens sometimes..could you tell me why this happens?? I am 60 yrs old 5 ft 4 in. and 120 lbs. I have heart prob, and am a kidney transplant patient..
My name is Clayton. I m 19. I ve been starting to have heart issues. I m not exactly sure why. I just got our of high school. And sometimes my heart starts beating fast when I m asleep that it wakes me up. I am on the verge of stop smoking. I smoke may even 2 to 3 a day. I used to smoke 8 a day. I know that I have to stop. My grad parents have heart disease. And I m wondering if you could give me any advice on what to do. The pain is increasing and other don t have to do anything for it my heart to start beating fast thanks clayton
One night i was sitting by my brother watching him on the computer and i noticed my heart was beating fast i was just like oh it will prolly slow down then when i felt it again it was beating really fast and my mom called 911 and they took me to the hospital and said i had heart palptaions and it has happend to me like 4 more times but it hasent happend now for a week or so my mom thinks its anxeity and so do i cuz ity only happends when i think about it i go to dupont on the 21st for a checkup.
Im working out and running and i have asthma is it normal for my heart rate to be a lot faster then everybody else even when not having a attack? i only run for about a minute im doing burst training. my heart rates about 180 when running fast for 1 minute. About 135 or 140 when lifting weights. IS it safe to do so?
im 29 years old and for months now ive been having palpatations, at first they werent bothering me but now they are starting to really bang, i also noticed that when this happens the beat at e apex of the heart stops for a few seconds. I exercise 5 times a week 2 hour sessions. i wear a heart monitor when training and never push more than 85% of my max heart rate. sometimes when having these palpatations they come one after another and can be painful sometimes. my pulse is okay between 60-90 taken at the wrist how ever when i put the heart monitor on it always seems to go between 80-111 without exercise. been to the doctor and he said it was okay recent bloods were okay. Have you any ideas?? i dont drink caffine.
Concerta causes my heart rate to increase to 100-120bpm resting, but it helps me out a lot, is there another medication that has similar pros, but won t increase my heart rate? Don t laugh, but I also have sexual issues on it (e.g. very difficult to stay hard). Any help would be appreciated
my 24 year old son has had recurrent chest pain. He has visited the er on at least 2 occasions for this. THe first visit he had a heart rate in the 30 s with normal b/p readings. He had to wear a heart monitor for 24 hours, apparently with no abnormalities. He has passed out at work before. He generally doesn t feel well. He does take Lithum and is monitored for levels as he has had a critical high level approx. 1 year ago. His blood was drawn last night in the ER and they stated it was abnormal and was being sent away. He is 6 3 , 165lbs and a smoker. Any thoughts would be appreciate. We live in an extremely rural area. Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor is 95 miles away. Any thoughts would be appreciated. Janet
My husband had precancerous spot s removed 2 days ago since then he is experiencing chills and low blood pressure along with sweats visited Dr the emergency room that day but was cleared to go home Right now he is chilled again and very nervous
I have been told I have sinus bradycardia and am having symptoms of light headedness, fatigue , confusion, heart palpitations, pulse between 40 and 50 for 5 days. Should I go see my doctor or jusr see if it passes. Why would it get worse as I have...
Hello doctor, I had few conversation with you during last two months.I am in the UK and currently at 35 weeks pregnant. History: two miscarriages, one ectopic and this successful pregnancy is with IVF. I had asked you about B12 deficiency, BPD/AC...