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Echocardiogram normal but still have palpation

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doctor1 MD

I have had 2 echocardiograms in the last 5 years and all checked out fine. But I still get heart palpitations. This week try have taken on a new form. I get a flutter or a few skipped beats when I get up ...

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it is available. I am happy I went 3 1/2 months with no echo and all is still normal. I hope that soon I can ...Dear Dr. Iliri, I have just returned from my echo. It was completely normal, as you predicted ...

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Had an echo done recently, report read -non dilated left ventricle, normal ejection fraction and diastolic function -not dilated right ventricle , good systolic function -left atrium within normal limits ...

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and have had no problems, but I still wanted to rule out undetected problems. I had an EKG, an echocardiogram , and an exercise stress test . My EKG was completely normal. I did 14.1 mets on the stress test ...

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I have been cleared of any heart issues, through testing with Coronary CTA, Echocardiogram , & Treadmill Stress Test , yet I still get Chest Pains that last from 4 hours to 2 days. Pain is usually local ...

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How is a stress echo different then a normal echo of the heart. I had some regurgitation on the normal one so now I m doing the stress one. Can a stress one show an infected heart valve (or a small ...

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Hello, I also did the echocardiogram and 2d echo of my heart and the results were normal.. the only abnormalty was a slight regurgitation in my mitral valve which my doc said was normal... but I still get ...

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Hi , My friends Echo findings were Mitral Valve : PML fixed, AML doming restricted movement. Left Atrium: 3.9 cm Left Ventricle:NO RWMA IVS and IVA are Intact and AORTA :3.7 cm ....What above study shows....is there any disease or chance of heart...

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an echocardiogram test showed normal hear size, normal walls thinness, normal systolic functions, no regional wall motion abnormalities. features are consistent with pseudonormal left ventricular filling ...

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I recently had a echocardiogram and it stated that I had a borderline conccentric left ventricular hypertrophy. Overall left ventricular systolic function is low-normal with an EF between 50-55% The diastolic ...

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I just got my results back from my Echocardiogram. Please let me know what all this means and if it can be corrected. The left ventricular systolic function is normal, ejection fraction is 55 ...

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This is my echo cardiographs report please tell me what it means and what I should do. 1. Normal sized LV with Fair LV systolic function. LVEF = 50%. 2. NO RWMA 3. Reduced LV Compliance 4. Normal size ...

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Hello doctor since from last one month iam suffering with chest pain and i have done master health checkup it was all normal but in x-ray they have showed tht mild heart enlargement is there nd suggested ...

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I am waiting for results of my Echocardiogram taken 2 week ago. I was shown a picture of my heart with red & blue, the blood pumping, it also had a 2 thick lines of green going down. Does green mean normal ...

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hello I was supposed to get my result from my echocardiogram on the 4th of dec. my insurance has switched and I cant get the results from a doctor but I have my print out. everything seems normal ...

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doctor1 MD

Hi and thanks for using HCM. Best way to detect arythmia is Electrocardigram and Holter Electrocardigram. Echocardiogram assesses cardiac structural changes. Palpitations may be caused by anxiety disorder too. Hope this helps.

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This could be infection, consult ur GP and get examined.

doctor1 MD

Hi All these can happen if you have anemia I.e. low hemoglobin. I would recommend a hemoglobin levels, thyroid profile, blood sugar levels, liver functions and ECG to come to a definitive answer.