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Flutters In My Side
Usually this feeling: results from some alterations in your heart beat/rhythm..often what we call "skipped beats" but they aren't really. They are ventricular premature contractions (VPC's)..your left ventricle fires by itself without a message from your pacemaker. Unless they are very frequent or you have pain, dizziness, shortness of breath, usually not a problem. But other more serious rhythms possible; see your Doc ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We're trying to conceive 5 days after my period, I have been feeling flutter on my left side below belly button. What is that meaning ?
Fatigue, insomnia, anxiety, depression, and a fluttering in my right side of my abdomen but no pain. I've had 3 benign tumors removed. What's up?
Mixed issues: I'm not sure where the benign tumors were in your body, but they are not directly related to your emotional issues (insomnia, anxiety, depression, etc). You need to ask your physician about the benign tumors, since s/he knows your history and can answer better than we can. Feeling anxious and depressed might be a long-term problem for you, and needs care also. A psychiatrist can help with that. ...Read more
Hi when I get 2 minutes later I feel a fluttering bubble on my left side below my rib cage. I also have a discomfort feeling under my left rib cage ?
Diaphragm spasm: Your symptoms suggest diaphragm spasm or cramp. If this is an isolated episode that occurs infrequently, then you don't have to worry. If it is ongoing, then you should get evaluated for possible disorder of nerves that control the diaphragm, other conditions. Hope that helps ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 44 yrs old. I have been experiencing strong heart palpitations and a flutter in my upper left side of my stomach. What could this be?
Painless fluttering directly under sternum, not to any 1 side. Random but frequent. Never happened previous to this morning. What could it be?
Rapid flutter feeling (like heartbeat )in back flank area on right side (backside). It is more rapid and strong than the heartbeat. Comes and goes. ?
Muscle: this appears to be an irritable muscle causing twitching. If it is a pulsation from a large artery like the aorta, the sensations would be synchronous with your pulse which you can check at your wrist,neck or in front of your ear. I suspect that this will eventually resolve on its own. See your physician if you have any further concerns. ...Read more
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