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Is It Normal To Have Heart Pomputations
Heart palpations: If you are a healthy person with no other problems then this skips beats of your heart are probably a normal happening which all people experience. These can be a sign of other problems--thyroid, heart disease, dehydration with electrolyte abnomalies, too much coffee, overly tired with fatigue and etc. If you can exercise with no problems then these skips are usually ok.. ...Read more
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Yes!: Common complaint of women going through this part of their lives ...Read more
Fairly common.: Hormonal changes can cause premature beats and runs of rapid beating. If they continue to recur, they merit a careful cardiovascular evaluation, including an EKG, complete history, physical exam and blood tests, including tests for anemia, kidney function and thyroid function. Treatment with beta blockers and other drugs can help whether there's another cause or simply hormonal changes. ...Read more
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
Is it normal to have heart rate vary from 45-100bpm during sleep? Short burst of 100bpm (during rem??)
No: Unless you have really exciting dreams. By the way how do you know that your HR is fluctuating like that while you're sound Asleep? Was this measured during a sleep study? Are you on any cardiac stimulants? See your doc. ...Read more
Yes, for sure: Exceedingly common.Get a more detailed answer ›
Is it normal to have heart problems with asthma/acute bronch.? Since I have been sick, my heart beats fast when I lay down and it makes me feel weak.
Possible SE: It maybe a side effect (SE) from your asthma medication. Albuterol inhaled is very frequently used for asthma and frequently gives SE of tachycardia (rapid heart beat) and palpitations. Talk to your primary doctor about it also you may have another associated condition that needs further evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Woke up very nauseated with hard, fast pounding heart rate. Is this normal to have heart beat like this before vomiting? I have bad anxitey, worry?
Not usual: Calcium channel blockers are not commonly associated with heart burn but in a given individual, anything is possible. In these circumstances, it's usually a good idea to temporarily stop the medicine until you're feeling better and then restart it. If the heartburn comes right back, you may have to switch to a different drug. ...Read more
Have dcm and bi vent pacemaker. Is it normal to have heart racing then shortness of breath then sleepiness?
Is it normal to have heart palpitations that is relived by burping while having the flu? I've had chills with no fever at night as well.
Influenza: If you have influenza as diagnosed by specific testing, this is a recognised cause of myocarditis, and can lead to significant impairment of cardiac function and mortality. Other viral causes of an influenza-like illness can also be responsible for cardiomyopathy. Strongly suggest you see a doctor and get fully evaluated and tested. Good news is that complete recovery is the rule. Good luck. ...Read more
55-65% (70%): Ejection fraction (ef) is the volume of blood pumped out of the ventricle of the heart with each heart beat. Normal is 55%- 65%/70%. Levels above this are what we call hyperdynamic. Levels below this suggest a decreased ability of the heart to function. ...Read more
Anatomy v physiology: Normally, the heart is in the middle, but because the left ventricle is larger; the heart appears to be more toward the left. There is something called dextrocardia where the heart is actually flipped around and is on the right side (not the norm), but that's not to say that you can't live a normal life with it. Just be sure to tell your doctors so they know why your ekg looks funny! ...Read more
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Not really: Not exactly sure what a "ticklish" sensation means as a description of a symptom, but maybe it is a "flutter" or skipped beat, etc.? If persists, see a dr. To be safe. Best wishes. ...Read more
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Get an echo: Upper normal limit is not normal and not common in a 27 year old, but, if it's based on a chest x-ray, it's not reliable. Ask your doctor for an echo. (comment: if you failed to take a really good deep breath at the moment they took your chest x-ray, it will falsely make your heart appear to be larger than it really is). ...Read more
EF: Depending on the cause of the abnormal heart function and the treatment, including the patient taking care of themselves, a normal life length could be possible. ...Read more
Take your pulse: Do you mean it's beating too slowly? Take your pulse in the morning on your neck or your wrist (thumb side). If the rate is at least 55 per minute, you're probably fine. When people complain about heartbeats it's usually because they are too loud. Silent is ok. It's supposed to be working quietly there "under the hood" for you. ...Read more
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