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Could An Electric Shock Have Caused Me To Get Heart Palpitations
Yes and maybe: Certainly arrhythmia can occur at the time of and immediately after an electric shock. Usually. That would be transient. As to whether a shock can cause ongoing arrhythmia that is harder to answer. Palpitations, unexplained, are so common that it would be hard to prove that the rhythm problem was caused by the shock. So i doubt the relation between electric shock and chronic arrhythmia. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Palpitations are an awareness of extra heartbeats which most of us have. The sensation can be single or multiple and can sometimes last minutes. Different people may feel other symptoms along with them such as dizzy, lightheaded or short of breath. The palpitations are almost always atrial or ventricular premature beats. Usually benign but they are also ...Read more
Is it possible that an electric shock have caused me to get heart palpitations for the following two years?
I have electric shocks going thru my chest & neck every hour, heart palpitations, fatigue, cold sweats & unexplained crying outbursts lately?
Anxiety attacks: More history is need for better evaluation but sounds like an anxiety related attacks. Due to their severity and frequency, I would recommend that you consult your primary physician at the earliest for a thorough assessment, some needed tests (mainly to rule out remotely possible medical conditions) and medication help as deemed appropriate to relieve symptoms and make you functional. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When I lay on my side @ bedtime, I start to get heart palpitations like my heart is beating out of my chest.. What could be a cause? What should I do?
I notice I get palpitations when I feel the pressure from costochondritis. Can that cause heart palpitations?
Many things can: Heart palpitation is the symptom of an acute awareness of your heart beating. This can be described as beating hard, fast or abnormally. Many things can cause this, from abnormalities in the conduction system, anxiety, irritation on/around the heart or problems with delivering oxygen to heart tissue. Anytime it is coupled with chest pressure, you should have it evaluated by a doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Should i be concerned about heart palpitations when i'm not lying down? I get heart palpitations throughout the day with seemingly no cause. I have no pre-existing conditions and i'm not taking any medications. Should i be concerned?
If : If you feel your heart racing and your not exerting yourself this is known as palpitations. If you have these sensations then you may want to go to your physician and he may provide you a monitor or refer you to a cardiologist (or a cardiac electrophysiologist, a heart electrician) who may place a 24 hour holter monitor if you symptoms on a daily basis or an event monitor if you have it less often. Then when you have symptoms you can document the time in a dairy for the holter or activate the record mode on the event monitor and call the recording in so your physicians can correlate what your heart rhythm is during your sensation of palpitations. This is one of our gold standards. I hope this is helpful. ...Read more
I get heart palpitations a lot especially in the cold..I've had my heart checked a few times and they say its healthy. What causes these!?! help!
Many causes: Are you getting heart palpitation and then getting cold? Or are you expose to cold environment and then getting heart palpitation? Do you have cold intolerance? What kind of test was done to r/o a heart condition? Holter monitoring? Ecg can be normal an still have an arrhythmia. Anxiety disorders, panic attacks, thyroid disease, nutritional problems, etc. Consult a physician. ...Read more
What could cause someone to have flare ups where they get clusters of red dots on their arms, heart palpitations, everything burns including the face and ears and they have nerve and muscle pain?
Nondiagnostic: These multiple symptoms are nondiagnostic but may be due to release of hormones by tumors such as carcinoid,pheochromocytoma or conditions like hyperthyroidism or even anxiety. Your physician would take a detailed history,perform a thorough physical examination and order appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis. If needed, a referral to a specialist will be made. ...Read more
Are heart palpitations caused by your period dangerous or normal with hormonal shifts? Doctor said EKG and bloodwork was fine. Should I get rechecked?
Palpitations: When your heartbeat feels unusual & rapid, or skipping beats, or extra beats, we call that palpitations. They are not necessarily dangerous. However, if palpitations are sustained more than a minute, and associated with chest discomfort, shortness of breath, lightheadedness or fainting, then that's worrisome and should be evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
Is it normal to get heart palpitations during pms? I had them last month and ceased day period started. They are now starting again.
I just cut down my clonazepam intake from 1 mg to .5mg. Is it normal to get heart palpitations,nausea and lose stools?
Yes: Overeating does increase physical stress on the heart. It is not normal to have symptoms, which would include palpitations, when the heart is experiencing increased physical stress. Further evaluation including possibly a stress test is indicated in this setting. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have heart palpitations on and off a few days out of the month? Could hypothyroid cause this?
No: You should see a cardiologist to evaluate these episodes of palpitations. This could be a manifestation of your thyroid disease but you should get an evaluation. ...Read more
A condition in which a person cannot circulate enough blood (carrying oxygen and nutrients) to the vital organs in the body. If shock persists, various parts of the body will stop working, and the person will die. Causes of shock include injuries, excessive bleeding, heart failure, infections, chemical imbalances, ...Read more
Pounding Heart (Pulse) (Definition)
Pounding heartbeat is a symptom in which a person senses that his heart is beating very strongly, such as during exercising. Pounding heartbeat, without other chest or heart symptoms, can be normal if it happens only during exercise. Otherwise, a medical problem may be the cause. ...Read more
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