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Strange symptom: This is a rather odd symptom. You should I suppose check yourself with fingers to be sure there's nothing up there that shouldn't be. Use warm compresses and take warm baths with Epsom Salts for comfort and to relax you. It doesn't sound too bothersome, but if it is, you could see someone for an internal exam. Good luck! ...Read more
I'm feeling flutters in my vagina area, could be in urethra...not sure. Its very annoying and keeps me falling asleep?
Vagina irritation: You need to be examined locally by a physician and you might need ultrasound in addition ...Read more
Vaginal pain/32 wks: At 32 weeks of pregnancy you can expect these sensations at any time, as the fetus is becoming strong enough with movements to create them. If the fetal head is descending into the pelvis, the cervix will start to shorten, causing some intermittent pain. If concerned, see your ob to make sure the cervix is not dilating prematurely. ...Read more
Baby on board: Vaginal/Abdominal fluttering is normal as a "baby is on board". ...Read more
Fast heart rate: When someone's heart rate is fast (more than 100 beats per minute), it can feel like heart fluttering. It can have different causes from very benign, no needing treatment to life threatening. The term 'atrial flutter' describes an abnormally fast rhythm where the electricity in the upper chamber of the heart goes round and round a large circle. ...Read more
Isolated muscle: Twitches or fasciculations are common and usually not serious. It could be from drinking too much coffee, stress, anxiety, electrolyte imbalance etc. However, seek medical help if it's accompanied by increasing pain, weakness, numbness, fatigue, fever, weight loss etc. Http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/86285-causes-muscle-twitch/. ...Read more
See a doctor: There are many potential causes of chest pain, ranging from musculoskeletal to respiratory to cardiac/heart, among others. Without a complete history and thorough exam, it's impossible to determine the cause of your chest pain. You should make an appointment with your primary physician to determine what testing or treatment is recommended based on a complete assessment. ...Read more
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Muscle fasciculation's: There are a few possible causes. The most common cause is simply fasciculation's or twitching of the muscles. You may or may not be able to visually see this happen. If you can see it that is the best way to confirm the cause. You can also get a similar sensation from the movement of intestines and stomach. Rarely this can also be skipped or rapid heart beats. Checking your pulse will confim ...Read more
Fluttering in right side of chest:
It seems that you have a problem known as Muscle Fasciculation on your right sided chest. There are some causes of muscle flutters and top of them is anxiety. When someone comes out of anxiety and depression and rests he/she has flutters on any set of muscles. Most of the time such flutters are benign known as BFS (Benign Fasciculation syndrome. Some other causes are,
• Lyme Disease
• Myasthenia Gravis
• Organophosphate poisoning
• Benzodiazepine withdrawal
• Magnesium deficiency (which can be caused by stress).
Diarrhea normally causes magnesium deficiency and one should take bananas and nuts to eliminate flutters. Some medications like
Stimulants can cause fasciculation’s directly. These include caffeine, pseudoephedrine (Sudafed), amphetamines, and the asthma bronchodilators albuterol/salbutamol (e.g. Proventil, Combivent, (albuterol and ipratropium) Ventolin). Medications used to treat attention deficit disorder often contain stimulants as well, and are common causes of benign fasciculation.
I will advise you to do EKG, SERUM electrolytes, like magnesium and CBC to find out the cause of the problem and do aerobics to wipe out your anxiety. Use some magnesium containing supplements.
Hope Ii have answered your question. ...Read more
Arrythmia: Depending on how long it lasts, frequency and onset things vary. You should go to your MD to evaluate possible causes of possible supraventricular tachycardias, aflutter, and afib even though you are a young individual ...Read more
Sound?: If you are talking about a sound (fluttering noise) in your head, you might be referring to what some people experience when there is a prominent vein or turbulent blood flow near the ear (on the inside) - no pain involved, just a noise... Depending on the presence of related symptoms, duration, or if the problem is affecting you in other ways, it may warrant an evaluation. ...Read more
Is an occasional fluttering feeling in chest during exercise common in otherwise healthy population?
Maybe: If you mean you can feel your heart beat fast after exercise, you may just be out of shape like me and that may be normal. If you really mean fluttering, ie an irregular heart beat you may have atrial flutter or atrial fibrillation, which requires treatment. You should see a doctor. He may want to put a monitor on you to see what your heart beat looks like on an EKG when you have the symptom. ...Read more
Chest flutters started while taking Domperidone. Stopped when medication discontinued. Any permanent damage caused?
Unlikely: Domperidone can potentially have the side effect of causing an arrhythmia which you may have detected as "chest flutters". I would advise that you avoid the medication in the future and let you physician know about the side effect that you had. That being said, it is very unlikely that any permanent damage was caused by what sounds to be a transient response. Again, avoid use in the future! ...Read more
I keep getting a weird sensation in centre of chest, like fluttering. Also feel like I cant breath even though I can?
Exam: Please close your computer and proceed to your local physician or clinic. ...Read more
Male (35)....I'm experiencing flutters in my private area and just below. It's not constant. What would cause that?
What would cause a fluttering feeling in middle of abdomen? This seems to happen everyday but I don't know what it could be?
Probably nothing: There are muscle twitches that can be bothersome. The midline is an unusual location but possible. The intestines inside don't contract fast enough to cause twitches. It seems a superficial abdominal wall muscle sensation. It doesn't mean anything dangerous. If you see muscle twitching elsewhere in your body, it may be a sign of a more widespread neuromuscular disorder. In such case consult a doc ...Read more
Weird chest flutter like sensations accompanying bronchitis. They happen often and last a few seconds. Could these be tied to bronchitis?
Hi, I am getting a sort of fluttering just under my left rib for the past couple of days, I am a chronic ice eater can that be the problem?
Get it checked by your doctor
Might be just some muscles spasm but it is better to have a full review by doctor to rule out other causes ...Read more
Sometimes I get a flutter in my chest, when this happens I always let out a weird cough. When my I check my heartbeart then, it feels erratic.?
Arrythmia: I would advise a medical examination and an EKG to determine the cause of this sensation. You may also seek a cardilogy evaluation. ...Read more
Had tests for rhythm problems nothing found but fluttering has gotten worse while laying down and fast beats with chest pains. What can this be?
Wear a monitor: Did you wear a loop monitor, the kind that can be kept on for more than just a day? It tells whether or not your heart rhythm is normal during these episodes, so you can tell whether you need treatment or if it's just an adrenaline i.e. Anxiety problem, which is a common cause of palpitations including heart pounding at night. A cardiologist can set this up for you. ...Read more
I'm a 31 year old female, my resting HR is anywhere from 84-94. Sometimes I feel flutters. What could this be? Is exercise okay to get into shape?
Heart flutter: Indicates the need to see our doc, and perhaps a cardiologist. He's he will diagnose and treat if needed. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Flutter paplations with unconfirmed diagnosis of wpw and unconfirmed left bundle block, two drs said two different diagnosis. How can they find out?
If you can share: Your EKGs on Health Tap we can interpret them for you. Alternatives are to make an appointment with an Electrophysiologist for evaluation. There are some relatively noninvasive tests (Adenosine A/V block, stress test, etc.) that could be used to confirm the diagnosis as well as invasive electrophysiology studies if needed. ...Read more