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Upside Down Ekg
Pacs/pvcs after excerise while heart slows down back to normal or from standing to laying down until heart rate stabalizes. Had 24hecg, ecg, echo.
Electrocardiogram (ecg, ekg) is a print-out of the electrical forces detected by electrodes on the chest wall, as electricity travels through the heart with each heart beat. The electrodes are placed in different positions, and each position "sees" the electrical activity of the heart from its own vantage point. Abnormalities in signal detected at chest surface ...Read more
38/m RHR 48 laying down. 60 while sitting up. 72 while standing. Non athlete. ECG, EKG, Chest X-ray normal. Occasional PVCs. Is my RHR okay?
Hanging upside down?: No.Get a more detailed answer ›
Pulse laying down is higher then sitting down on a chair. But pulse sitting on the ground and not chair is higher then laying down. Explanations?
Postural BP : I am wondering why you are checking your pulse to begin with. Your pulse would predictably be a bit higher as you go from lying down to sitting to standing. If you are dehydrated or have other conditions, it can take your body a while to adjust and this can make you faint. ...Read more
Left arm hurts like muscle ache. Air hungry. Worrying thoughts. Heart rate at 69 bmp laying down. Bp 99/67.
Significance of atrial runs? picked up on loop recorder. Feel them when squatting, standing to lying, or eeight lifting. Normal cardiac workup
Atrial runs: if structure & function of the heart are normal then of minor long term consequence, avoid provocants if identifiable, exclude metabolic abnormalities ,treat symptoms as need ...Read more
Tinnitus: Hearing your heart beat in your ear, called tinnitus, is often benign however there are rare disorders that you should discuss with your doctor to determine if a specialist check-up (ENT) is in order. Some people are more sensitive to the rush of blood through the blood vessels near the ear and this is what causes tinnitus. Some may also just hear the heart beat at quiet times & this is benign. ...Read more
Heart beats hard when stand up and then sit down.heart pounding with minimal exertion.18y old.normal echo ekg holter and renal Doppler studies.causes?
Heart pounding: Your normal ekg and echocardiogram are reassuring that you have a normal heart although coronary arteries are not evaluated in those studies. In your case symptoms appear both postural and with exertion. Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, anemia, hyperthyroidism, low potassium or magnesium come to mind. A cardiologist is best qualified to evaluate you and can order the appropriate tests ...Read more
Nerve impingement: Of the lower back. S a very common problem, affecting about 10-12% percent of the adult population in the us. Nerve impingement can be caused by being sandwiched between two spinal bones, pressed by a bulging disc or encroached upon by bony overgrowth. Rec.: see an interventional pain management specialist for further investigation. ...Read more
Palpitations occurring had panic attack yday head goes numb couple seconds heart rate slows when walking up stairs to worryingly slow bps chest pains?
Confusing: I know you're limited in the number of characters you can type, but your question is very confusing to me. (maybe it's my american english?) :) for your palpitations: there are many causes/kinds. You need a 24 hour holter recording to see what's actually happening. ...Read more
21, male. Get chest pain that goes when sitting down after lifting weights / running. Had ecg, 24h holter, exercise stress test, echo. All normal?
Chest pain: You probably irritate an intercostal muscle.Get a more detailed answer ›
Sitting down earlier and when I lay down to go to sleep sometimes pulse reads 41bpm with palpitations.upon standing raises to 60-70 bpm.Problem?
No worry: Our heart rates usually slow down when we rest and increase with activity. If your heart rate is slow and you feel dizzy or ill, some intervention may be required. However, as in your case, if your heart rate returns to normal on rising or with activity, that's OK. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chest pain ongoing. Goes into left arm. Sometimes neck feels burning. Most tests ok. ECG, treadmil, MRI, echo. On propanolol for tachy heart.
Have hand held ecg. 21 male sinus arythmia. Heart slows down thumps then continues. Not PVC or pac looked like short sinus pause maybe?
Hi! My heartrate goes up to 135 when climbing stairs and then drops down to 55 (slow for me) when I sit down or lay down within 2 mins. Is it normal?
Tachycardia: Unless you're running up the stairs, that is a rather fast heart rate after stair climbing.Do you note rapid heart rates after other activities? Do you get short of breath also? I feel that you should have a heart and lung examination and also be checked for anemia and even an overactive thyroid although your heart rate at rest is not elevated which may rule out hyperthyroidism. ...Read more
16yr son non-
athlete son felt dizzy heaviness in chest walking up hill went to hospital heartrate 35 on EKG rthm ok no drugs. Worrisome?
Heart rate: If your son is not a trained athlete and has a heart rate of 35bpm it should be verified that his rhythm is actually normal and that it behaves normally with exercise. That rate is unusual for a non trained person unless they are taking some form of drug or they have an abnormality. ...Read more
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