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Is lightheadedness normal with pvcs? And is tunnel vision normal with pvcs. Please answer both. I had an ekg and was diagnosed with pvcs.
If the PVCs are rapid enough, they can cause compromised blood flow. This may result in lightheadedness and visual problems. If you are indeed having these symptoms, you may want to seek urgent medical attention. I hope this helps. Goodnight. ...Read more
Lightheadedness is a sensation of feeling faint or "light in the head". It may be a symptom of Low blood pressure, or hypotension, which occurs when blood pressure during and after each heartbeat is much lower than usual. It may also occur when you are dehydrated, as my happen when severe morning ...Read more
Episode where it felt like a PVC then a pause. Longer than normal pvc. I checked my pulse and there was nothing for atleast 20 sec light headed?
When i stand up , i get light headed all the time , i'm on 25 mg if antenolol for heart pvcs , pacs . What is causing this and is it serious issue?
Palpitations: can be an ominous sign of heart ischemia (low oxygen/blood supply to muscle) or arrhythmia; or due to more benign causes such as stress. Neurologic and cardiac symptoms in the context of new infection (potential cause of new fever, although yours is low) are concerning for early systemic shock, which occurs in major or blood-born infections. ...Read more
Sudden onset sweating, lightheaded and shaky legs followed by incessant pvcs. Do not feel like a flutter. Only 2x in 3 weeks. lasted +_ 50 min. Have app with EP in 4 months. ?
Your symptoms are: too nonspecific to be certain of an arrhythmia diagnosis without further investigation. Ask the EP if your appointment could be moved up and you could be seen sooner. ...Read more
Left ER went for heart fluttering, chest pain, short breath, light headed. I was told that it was PAC/PVC 20 year old is it common to have chest pain?
No : Consider consult with cardiologist. ER doctors tuned in to take care of serious acute problems - such as heart attacks, significant arrhythmia so. You merit evaluation and comprehensive history to make a diagnosis or reassure you all is well. ...Read more
Nausea b4 sleep no food for 12h. Wokeup to pvc then,kinda paniced, palpitation with PVC, feet/hand tingle/numb,faceflushed,lightheadedness(faint),had juice felt betterafter,then rushedER EKG/BP normal
Given your young age, and the history you provided, this does seem like you had a potential anxiety response.
Your are using term "pvc", I presume you have had some evaluation to suggest you had this in the past. PVCs are very common and symptoms from PVCs are very variable.
Reduce caffeine, take multivitamin, consider further evaluation if symptoms recur: labs, echocardiogram, etc. ...Read more
Treadmill: Results are only 1 part of a complete cardiac evaluation. Incomplete bundle branch block and rare premature ventricular contractions may not be "normal", but are also not uncommon findings in treadmill evaluations. They may or may not be of significant concern. It is important for you to discuss these findings with a cardiologist in the context of the complete comprehensive cardiac evaluation. ...Read more
Premature ventricular contractions and dizziness or lightheadedness. Does that mean not enough blood to my head?
PVCs AND DIZZINESS: If there is run of pvcs and you are dizzy it can mean not enough blood going to your head, but it can be due to other causes like blockage to the carotid arteries that carry blood to the brain and you should get that checked along with a ekg to find out the cause.Id there is significant blockagre to the blood flow then it can be corrected will prevent ischemic stroke.If the arrythmia is caus corre. ...Read more
Possibly: A "leaky" heart valve can cause the symptoms you describe. It depends which heart valve and just how leaky it is. PVCs are extra heart beats that make your heart feel like it's irregular, but they don't cause dizziness or a gurgling feeling. PVCs can cause a sensation of fluttering or palpitations in the chest. An echocardiogram is the best test to look at leaky valves. Good luck! ...Read more
Is mvp and early repolarization of some concern I have it and symptoms include " pvcs , fast hr (190+ BPM rarely), dizziness, chest pressure.?
Possibly: Mvp alone is usually of little concern, but if there is leakage across the mitral valve it may be. A 25 yo can get hr up to 190 with extreme exertion, but this suggests a rhythm disorder such as pat. "early repolarization" on the ECG is often normal, but is associated with some increased heart risk. I think you should see a cardiologist. ...Read more
I've had pvcs for 7 years. Never gone to a doctor. I have no dizziness, pain, or shortness of breath. Should I see a doctor, or will I be fine?
PVC: How do you know you have PVCs if you haven't seen a doctor. Presumably you are feeling palpitations. You won't know what's going on without seeing a doctor. ...Read more
I'm 19 years, having PVC's for a couple of days accompanied by fear/dizziness, restingHR 46-50 I'm 5'10 142lbs and I workout daily, Going through some stress/anxiety and sleep problems, am I safe??
Tachycardia/dizziness/pvcs/sob getting worse. Cardiologist can't find a problem and says heart is ok. I'm not so sure. What's the next step?
PVC,s w/low dizziness BP fluctuates 120/80-140/90 HR 75-90.Heart is good seen cardio.Slgt earache.2 y ago could read fin print now wear rding glasses?
Welcome to the club: As you approach 50, it's normal to lose near vision and require non-prescription reading glasses. This is due to the normal aging process and you can't prevent it, but you can pick up some terrific, lightweight magnifiers at Walmart for about six bucks. BP's normal. Everyone has PVCs. Sorry about your ear. ...Read more
Fast sharp pains,same small spot left forearm.
take 2 aspirins day.no recent injuries. 2 yrs ago same pain with groin pain followed by dizziness,PVC's?
?: Checks tout with your doc. Need more info ...Read more
Is it safe to take verapamil if you have sinus tachycardia, pvcs and pacs ? I would be taking it for migraines and chronic subjective dizziness.
Yes: It can be useful in treating the other conditions you outlined as well. ...Read more
26 yof, hx of svt, pvc's, pcos. Sudden onset of dizziness, nausea, and moderate to severe right sided lower back/flank pain Insight?
SVT: you need to know your heart rate during these episodes to know if related to your previous SVT. PVC's are unlikely to cause the mentioned symptoms. ...Read more
ENT DR said that my dizziness, light sensitivity, headaches are caused by back of neck tightness/strain, I experience PVC and acidreflux (digestion problems)too should I talk to him about vagus nerve?
Dysautonomia: Dysautonomia syndrome causes different symptoms alleviated by avoidance of stimulants, ensuring hydration, using magnesium, vitamin D & omega fish oils (www.cardiamin.com, use code: CMC), low dose beta blockers e.g. propranolol 5 to 10mg 2 to 3 times daily and SSRIs e.g. citalopram 5 to 10mg daily. Read Dr. Ronald Hoffman’s MVP book (www.Amazon.com) and visit www.dysautonomiainternational.o ...Read more
PVC's can be a: warning sign of other cardiovascular problems that need to be evaluated. They can also lead to the development of a cardiomyopathy when they are frequent (in general >15%). You need to be evaluated by a health care professional (preferably cardiologist or electrophysiologist) to determine your cause, potential risks and treatment options. ...Read more
Pvc: There are several reasons for presence of PVCs. Sometimes you cannot find the reason. They come from the ventricles of the heart.sometimes it is an isolated problem and sometimes it comes with some other heart diseases. They may also be triggered by external factors such as drugs medications etc. ...Read more
Low blood pressure: Low blood pressure or low blood volume (dehydration can cause that) can make it difficult for your heart to pump blood up to your head when you stand up. There are other more rare causes, but you should probably see a doctor to check it out. This problem is called orthostatic hypotension. ...Read more
Type of hear failure: Usually, occasional premature ventricular beats (PVC's) are normal, but when you have more than about 5,000/24hrs., they may begin to wear down the strength of the heart, over time. Treating the PVC's often corrects the problem. See heart rhythm specialist. ...Read more