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Many can cause this: A bounding pulse is a strong and forceful heart rate. A bounding pulse can occur in a few conditions such as hypertension, anemia, anxiety, abnormal heart rhythm, heavy exercise, fever, aortic regurgitation, overactive thyroid, pregnancy, heart failure and chronic kidney disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I feeling something unusual jus below my left chest which come and goes and mostly its off and i also have bounding pulse all over the body?
Palpitations?: It sounds as though you might be experiencing palpitations. It's very common in young adults. It might be due to skipped or extra heart beats, or it might not be related to your heart at all. Sometimes palpitations can be exacerbated by anxiety, caffeine, or thyroid problems. You might want to check with a physician, especially if you have chest pain, breathing trouble, or fainting. ...Read more
What causes bounding pulse? Started happening 3 mo ago, getting worse. Feel pulse everywhere,visible heart beat.
See a doctor: It sounds like you feel your heart is pounding, in a way, and that the pulse is palpable everywhere. You say you can see your heart beating in your chest. It would be impossible to offer any assessment of your symptoms on this forum. Please consult a clinician who can conduct a physical examination to offer a proper assessment. Best wishes. ...Read more
Why do I get a heavy bounding pulse in my neck only when i urinate? It lasts about 30 seconds and goes back to normal
Vagus nerve: When someone strains to urinate it stimulate the vagus nerve and this causes a temporary bradycardia that may make for uncomfortable sensations as your cardiovascular system attempts to adapt to the changes. Some people actually pass out, particularly elderly men. Stay safe! ...Read more
Symptoms of diabetes in athlete? 17. super sleepy even if i have a full meal after exercise, bounding pulse, higher hr with exertion than usual.
Had strong bounding pulse for months then today woke up and could not feel pulse as strong. Bpm was 58, normal BP 21 yrs old. Did heart correct itself?
May be normal: It is normal in thin individuals to see / feel your pulse in the upper abdomen.In that case there are no symptoms . It would also be normal to have a bounding pulse with exercise / fever/ anxiety etc. If you have additinal symptoms chest pain ,shortness of breath, dizziness then further evalaution may be necessary ...Read more
What can be the causes for a bounding pulse and a recurrent shortness of breath along with constant chest pain.
Chest pain and dyspn: Shortness of breath (SOB) and chest pain with a bounding pulse (forceful palpitation) should get some further evaluation. Given your young age, it is likely benign, but should get an exam to evaluate. Constant chest pain is less likely to be heart related. Consider seeing a cardiologist or primary care physician for further evaluation. Severely worsened symptoms may warrant more urgent evaluation. ...Read more
I have bounding pulse that is very forceful (Im forcing it too) and sometimes causes nosebleeds. Dr says heart is fine but Im scared to die what todo?
Keep busy: You are at no immediate risk of dying from what you described. For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, low fat milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form. Practice safe sex. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Heart rate increases to supply more blood to tissues. This can be exaggerated by dehydration; anemia; increased demands - such as infection, endocrine disorders; certain medications; lung disease; circulation disorders; and several others. The most common cause in our society is probably deconditioning. If no other symptoms than fast heart rate, and all else checks out, incr. Exercise. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can extreme heat cause a stronger heartbeat? Whenever I go into hot weather I have bad palpitations and a bounding pulse.
Not unusual: Probably nothing to worry about but best to check with your doc to be sure. It will feel good to go home to know that there is nothing wrong. Better be safe and good luck. ...Read more
Experiencing bounding pulse, minor lightheadedness and minor chest wall discomfort. Checked into ER yesterday, EKG, all tests "perfect" and no specialist for another week. Anything to be concerned about?
Define bounding: By bounding, do you mean fast or unusually strong? If strong, check your BP. If fast, check your rate. If you HR is ...Read more
Do I have excess adrenaline? Feet and hands easily cold, even with little activity, heart races, strong bounding pulse all the time. Ekg ok. Labs ok.
Have usual diaphragm pain n breathlessness but worse today. My chest feels heavy wen inhaling, bounding pulse, fatigue, lightheaded n body pain. Idea?
26 y.o.mild mitral.v.p. Last days i feel some bounding pulses/muscle twiches(cant tell the difference) in right front neck.lasts few secs.4-7times/day?
Possibly: Intensity of the pulses are graded on a scale of 0 to 4 +:0 indicating no palpable pulse; 1 + indicating a faint, but detectable pulse; 2 + suggesting a slightly more diminished pulse than normal; 3 + is a normal pulse; and 4 + indicating a bounding pulse. A bounding pulse may indicate excitement, palpitations, or heart irregularities. Get checked if you have bounding pulses. ...Read more
Slightly weaker: The fistula it self should have a strong pulsation but the pulse below it is a bit weaker because the fistula steals some of the arterial blood from the artery that goes down to the wrist providing that arterial pressure to the vein above it. It should remain palpable though and the hand should remains well supplied with blood. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Probably: As with most things, the details matter. It needs to be put in perspective. A slow heart can be typical of a well-trained athlete. Or it can be a sign of thyroid disease, heart disease, etc. Any meds or supplements? What time of day? Resting? Ask you DR!!!!!! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer