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Fluttering In Foot
What causes a fluttering foot on sides and top and pain on top of it? Been feeling weird sensations lately. Also pins and needles throughout body.
See your doctor: The symptoms of pins and needles you are describing are not normal, and need to be addressed. It would be best to have this discussion with your doctor, so you can show him or her exactly what you mean. So that they can offer recommendations, or referrals of who you need to see. You may need to see a neurologist for further work up, if your condition is constant. ...Read more
Currently I struggle to get a full erection. Can this be a pinched nerve as my left buttock seems to flutter and my left foot seems numb occasionally.
Nerves settling: As your body relaxes and goes into quiet mode (or shut down mode, like a computer) the small nerves in your feet will start to calm down from the day and cause the feet to flutter. ...Read more
I have an intermittent fluttering just under and behind the bottom of my ribcage, it feels like its coming from the diaphragm or the foot of the esophagus. This typically occurs after exercise and is sometimes accompanied by dizziness. As far as I can rec
Cant feel my feet, there cold/numb can't breathe gasping for air. Heart racing/fluttering im scared to sleep. I feel really weird should I go to the er?
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I get hot & cold periods notice more at night, cant sleep, get nervous hands & feet sweat, sumtimes feel a flutter of heart, get a tingly sensation?
Our autonomic nervous system is ein charge of nerve cells and controls our visceral organs: the heart & vessels; the pupils; the glands for tears, saliva, and sweat; the lungs’ bronchi; the stomach and intestines; the bladder; and the sexual organs.
Your symptoms seem to be related to this. Question is why and what is stimulating it. Check organophosphate poisoning ...Read more
I'm 32. 2 months ago I feel fluttering/vibrations in various extremities of my heel, knee, arm, elbow. My skin vibrates until I move. It is very odd.?
Spasms: More than likely they are muscle spasms under the skin. They can be caused from overuse, electrolyte issues - dehydration. Sometimes low calcium and magnesium can cause the spasms or muscle fasciculations. Our muscles contract and release with these 2 minerals. So highs and lows would causes the muscles to spasm ...Read more
Light headed, dizzy, weak, shaky, tingling hands and feet, trouble breathing, heart fluttering. Not diabetic or hypoglycemic, blood panel normal.
Flutter: I would check two main areas: the thyroid and the adrenals. They can both cause those symptoms you describe ...Read more
68 yo M, having flushing of hands and feet with bilateral lower extremity intermittent ice cold and burning hot sensation and facial flushing, overall hightened sensation of all pain fibers. Would never complain unless its gotten bad. Hx of aflutter S/p
Aware of Heart Beat: Heart flutter is an awareness of your heart beat. It may be related to a rapid heart beat, or extra beats and is often referred to as palpitations. It may be caused by stress, medication, or other lifestyle considerations and in the absence of structural heart disease is of little concern. It however also can be a marker of a serious heart problem so if persistent consult your doctor. ...Read more
Any arrhythimia: The heart can flutter with premature ventricular contractions (pvc), premature atrial contractions (pac), atrial fibrillatrion etc. Fluttering also known as palpitations is basically a symptom and further work up is needed. ...Read more
Maybe: The sensation of feeling your heartbeat (heart flutters) is called palpitations and most of the time it is a completely benign symptom. However if it is accompanied by weakness, dizziness, shortness of breath, passing out, or chest pressure/pain...Or you have a history of heart problems it can be the sign of serious illness and should be evaluated by a physician. ...Read more
Gas /Air/Peristalsis: Feeling full of "gas" may reflect malabsorption of food (like gluten, lactose), intake of poorly digested food, or choosing foods known to promote gas (beans, fizzy drinks). Sometimes its more complicated--a stomach emptying too slowly, bacterial overgrowth syndrome, delayed intestinal function, partial obstruction from any cause, infection, rectum problems, and pelvic pathology outside the gut. ...Read more
No: Well we hate to say never in medicine, but I never heard of heat causing atrial flutter. Perhaps if you were overheated you could get symptoms of your heart skipping, but I am talking about the rhythm called atrial flutter. There are many causes such as hypertension, overactive thyroid, valve problems, and alcohol, but not heat to my knowlege. ...Read more
Rhythm problem: Palpitations or fluttering sensations in the chest most commonly mean that the heart is actually beating irregular with some early beats and some pauses. This can occur at any time of day but not uncommonly, the patient is more likely to notice the sensations at night when lying still or on the left side. Also, in some cases the skipping is more likely to occur when the pulse is slower (lying down). ...Read more
Heart flutter: This is usually manifested by a sensation of a skipped heart beat. We generally cannot feel our heart beat. If you do have a sensation of a skipped heart beat or palpitation, see your primary care physician for an initial evaluation and if appropriate, he/she can refer you to a cardiologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
Ectopic beats?: Everybody's heart does a flipflip once in a while, more in caffeine users; we call this a premature ventricular contraction and unless you have more than 5 per minute, or a run of them, or have pain or faint, it's a non-problem. If by flutter you mean episodes of the heart racing and perhaps taking your breath away, it's probably supraventricular tachycardia. Ask your physician. Good luck. ...Read more
What do you mean?: The fallopian tubes have cilia in them which are finger like protrusions that help to move fluid, eggs, and fertilized eggs along. I suppose you could say they flutter or wave but this is not something you would feel. ...Read more
Many causes: The causes of heart fluttering (pslpitations) are many. They may be caused from abnormal rhythms in the heart or may be even normal variants. Sometimes they may be due to atrial or ventricular premature beats (extra beats) which are usually benign. Work up with a holter or event monitor may be helpful. ...Read more
Flutters: Palpitations when lying down are annoying but generally not problematic from the standpoint of health. If it is frequent and bothersome you should consult your doctor to be sure nothing abnormal is causing it. ...Read more
Possibly but prob no: Heart fluttering can be from a variety of causes but most commonly from anxiety or PSVT. PSVT can be treated by putting your face in ice water or bearing down, More seriously it can be from underlying heart conditions or even from side effects of medications, It is best to have it evaluated by your doctor. ...Read more