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Dehydration Cause Heart Pain
YES: Dehydration causes decreased blood volume of circulating blood. For the heart to keep pumping the same amount of blood (cardiac output), the heart has to speed up therefore causing increased heart rate (tachycardia). When dehydration is extreme, heart rate can be very fast (>>100 bpm) causing 'palpitations' . I.V fluids may be needed to quickly restore blood volume or vascular collapse will occur. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No health problems. Frequent peeing, dehydration, rapid heart rate, stress, weakness. Could stress and anxiety cause dehydration? I've had 4 ivs.
Confusion: There is nothing about using the restroom to cause heart pain. If you have pain from your heart (aka "angina"), it will occur with any form of exertion. Pain in your chest with valsalva ("pushing", like with a bm) can be due to acid reflux and is the more likely cause of your chest pain. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nerves in heart: There are nerves in the heart so if there is a problem in the heart pain can occur. If for instance there is a blockage in an artery, the heart muscle gets damaged and pain can occur. Inflammtion in the sac around the heart, the pericardium, can also cause pain.. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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