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Palpitations At Rest
Resting HR 120-160 found in notes I also have Left ventricular ejection fraction 52% been passing out a lot should I be worried/is this the cause?
Unfortunately yes: You could be having a dangerous heart rhythm, leading to the passing out. The ejection fraction of 52% is still within the normal range; however, you are tachycardic at baseline, and the fast heart rate may overestimate your true ejection fraction as well as lead to heart damage. If you pass out again, I recommend calling 911, otherwise, see cardiologist ASAP. ...Read more
Palpitations are an awareness of extra heartbeats which most of us have. The sensation can be single or multiple and can sometimes last minutes. Different people may feel other symptoms along with them such as dizzy, lightheaded or short of breath. The palpitations are almost always atrial or ventricular premature beats. Usually benign but they are also ...Read more
Had EKG anf chest xrat 8 months ago, normal. Now have palpitations and resting bmp of 85-106. Blood pressure is 138/75; could it be stress? Lost job
Is athletes heart causing my palpitations during exercise? Resting hr 50, clear echo and 24hr holter. I do lots of endurance training.
Pvcs,: Endurance runners can have skipped beats and irregular heart beat such as atrial Fibrilation during or at the end of an exercise bout. They do not usually have any clinical significance except if the runner has a lot of symptoms or interfere with overall performance. ...Read more
15 yr old daughter had ecg. QTc was 440 Is this relevant with Potassium over limit (5.0)at 5.4, breathless, palpitations, dizzy and rest h rate of 95+?
Edema on both lower extremities after eating salty food. Depigmented/white small spots on lower extremeties, heart palpitations randomly even at rest?
No Salt: Edema has many causes. Basically, if you are overweight, have high BP and /or eat salty foods often, you probably will develop edema. Please check with your doctor re these conditions. You are very young to have anything seriously wrong with your heart, but watch your blood pressure ...Read more
After all tests, shows I have benign palpitations. Mainly feel them at rest. But once in a while, I'll feel a couple during exercise. This OK?
Sometimes my palpitations come on AFTER exersion. Sometimes (rarely) DURING. NORMALLY at rest. Am quite anxious. But don't understand the pattern.?
I am having having palpitations pretty frequently (many times a day...At rest and active) which then cause me to cough.?
55 active female have SOB palpitation hot flashes on/off. If I'm busy don't feel any symptoms at all when I'm resting symptoms are back. Help!
Needs evaluation: There are two issues here. The first is to get clearance from your primary care doctor regarding the shortness of breath and palpitations. A cardiology referral made be needed. If that is all normal then you can see a obgyn to discuss the options for hormone therapy for hot flashes ...Read more
Sudden palpitation in the morning and at rest. Normal PR at 80 but goes up to 100 during palpitation. ECG normal. I'm 166cm and 50kg.
Sudden strange fluttery feeling in chest (palpitation?)at same time squeezing in chest takes breath away.4th night. Constant. During rest.10wks preg.
This is most likely: Due to the hormonal changes associated with your early pregnancy. It may be GI in etiology given your previous history. If it is persistent for another week it would be worthwhile asking your health care provider for a monitor to determine if it is related to heart rhythm or not. Most other test for heart disease are contraindicated at this time due to your pregnancy. Echo is OK but low yield. ...Read more
7 years ago I was DX with benign Palpitations (not sure if PVC or pac). Noticed at rest. Every once in a while I will feel them a during exercise.
Harmless in a youngm: I would not be too concerned. They are considered benign in a otherwise healthy young man under 40 years of age. You can ignore them. ...Read more
Come back from walk and rested, felt like I had a really bad palpitation but it was just below chest lasted 10 Seconds no chest pain bit worried?
Probably nothing....: Given that you are young and presumably otherwise with no comorbidities, feeling your heart beat after exercise can be normal. Normal response to exercise is increased heart rate. That may have been perceived by u as palpitations; or u could have an extra early beat or two- APC or PVC. If it happens more and/or longer duration, see MD ...Read more
I experience heart palpitations occasionally. They come at random times, exercise, resting, eating, studying, lying, sitting. Should they be random?
I have BP of 150/90 but a slow pulse when at rest of 50 or less. After physical effort I feel overly tired have palpitations and my BP rise even more.
I'm 24 and I have a heart rate of 96 resting also suffer a lot with palpitations and dizziness is there anything to worry about?
See your doctor: You should visit your doctor. He/she will listen to you, perform an examination, possibly run some tests and find out what's going on. ...Read more
Are palpitations in teens common? I have them occasionally. Sometimes with exercise, sometimes with rest. I am 19. Had ecg. Doc not concerned.
I'm 19. I have heart palpitations that occur sometimes rarely sometimes frequently, sometimes during activity, or rest. Had normal ecg. Should I worry?
Palpitations: Palpitations have many causes from anxiety through anatomic and physiologic abnormalities. The feeling of bounding usually relates to the volume of blood pumped with each palpitation. There is no simple single answer for the question. If you're bothered by the feeling should consult a dr. To see if the problem can be clarified. ...Read more
I have a history of pots but it's well controlled. I have a cold for 2 days and my resting heart rate is 100 and palpitations. High from cold?
See a doctor: If you are having palpitations this suggests the possibility of a potentially dangerous arrhythmia. This is, in all likelihood, benign but should be checked out professionally. If necessary go to an ER. Hope all works out well. ...Read more
Bloodwork&ecg norm, having palpitations for awhile, bp at lowest 132/98 past 3 days, [email protected] Hospital sent home very weak. Anx med no help. Cause?
PSVT: You sound like you're having a paroxysmal arrhythmia. This is very treatable but must be properly diagnosed. The ER is not well equipped for this. Ask your doctor to order: a 30 day event monitor exam, electrolytes including magnesium, TSH and an echocardiogram. You should avoid caffeine, nicotine, and any over the counter cardiac stimulants. Your listed meds are okay. See my next post: ...Read more
I sometimes get palpitations when jogging. It'll be just one big pvc and its scary. Hardly ever got one at rest, Just with elevated heart rate, benign?
22yo M w constant palpitations with low nd high heart rate Up to 190 at rest as low as 50 Monitor shows Frequent PVT but different types What's it mean?
Could be a sinus: Arrhythmia. Suggest a consultation with a cardiologist. ...Read more
Hr is always at 104-118 even when resting what could be the cause? Hbp; palpitations;hyperthyroidism; ekg normal medications: inderal (propranolol) 10mg twice a day
28/f, possible heart attack? I've been having palpitations and intermittent rapid heart rate (150-160 resting bpm, lasting 1-3 hours) for a couple of months. Last week as I was getting dressed I suddenly felt dizzy and nauseated, and felt a weight on my s
WPW syndrome?: It sound like you have a cardiac arrhymia known as wolff-parkingson-white syndrome. See a cardiologist. He will want to run tests before putting you on medication. ...Read more
26yr old female exercise daily resting HR 48-54. Clear Ct angio, but ECG indicates mild mitral prolapse & TR. I have palpitations, is this ok?
Intermittent chest pain. BPM around 90 resting. Blood work normal and work out regularly with no issues. Did some cocaine. Less than a gram. Would this be palpitations or symptoms of a heart attack? Never drank coffee and quit Red Bull 4 months ago
See MD ASAP: 37 yo gentleman with cheat pain in the setting of drug use. Please see an MD as soon as possible in the ER & call 911 if you are experiencing chest discomfort. ...Read more