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I Have New Rapid Heart Rate And Difficulty Breathing Should I Go To The Er
Having difficulty breathing. Fast heart rate, tired, thyroid is aching. What can they do if i go to the er?
I am experiencing unusual facial expression, fainting, rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing (quality: slow or irregular) (time frame: sudden) (s...
I am experiencing difficulty breathing, rapid heart rate. Haven't had caffeine in 4 months. Had acute pericarditis. ?
See doctor: You need to get a doctor to evaluate your symptoms. There are many potential causes given your history. ...Read more
Is it normal to be up most of the night (every night) with episodes of rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, cold rush through bodu, feel super excited/nervous, dizzy, headache? Feeling fed up!
Absolutely not!: If you have a personal physician, contact her/him immediately about your severe symptoms. If not, go to the nearest appropriate medical facility. Anything from panic attacks to heart problems can cause this constellation of symptoms. Treatment is available and there's no need for you to go through this nightmare every night. ...Read more
2 Negative D-Dimer tests but extreme chest pain, difficulty breathing, exhaustion and rapid heart rate. Could I have a Pulmonary Embolism?
I've been experiencing difficulty breathing, heart rate 65-75 when this happens. When I can breath its between 90-120. Why? Echo scheduled for July.
Mgt: The cardiac echo will be performed to determine if you have a cardiac defect. Other testing to consider includes pulse oximetry, pulmonary function testing and an assessment of your exercise tolerance. Knowing your family history of cardiac disease will be important information for your provider. A virtual appointment can review your findings in details; healthtap.com/DosanjhMD ...Read more
Many causes: Could be cardiac origin- blockage in arteries, or valve problem; could be lung origin- asthma, emphysema, pneumonia, bronchitis; could be unrelated to heart or lungs- anxiety, anemia, etc. Need a good evaluation to figure out what testing to best evaluate this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tightness & mild pain in my upper left quadrant. Slight difficulty breathing. Happens upon awakening. My heart rate is 60. Is this a heart condition?
Possible, but...: doubt it. You seem too young, pain occurs at wrong time, also probably in wrong place. If continues to bother I'd go get it checked out with a health care professional. ...Read more
When I goto sleep I have difficulty breathing, cold sweats and what feels like an irregular pulse, downward slope has 2 spikes on heart rate monitor.
Monitor: If you had your symptoms while wearing a holter monitor,the print out will show exactly what the heart rhythm was at the time. If there was a significant dysrhythmia it could explain a sensation of palpitations and shortness of breath. Sleep apnea is another possibility. Hypoglycemia is less likely. A sleep study may be indicated. A cardiologist should be evaluating and advising you ...Read more