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Can you have a heart arrhythmia with ms?

Can you have a heart arrhythmia with ms?

No: MS does not affect the heart, but some MS drugs may cause cardiac conduction and rhythm disturbances. ...Read more

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Nerve (Definition)

The brain and spinal cord communicates with what is occurring in the internal organs and limbs by nerve fibers where are like electrical wires with insulation (myelin) and the "copper" (axon). Within brain and spinal cord these nerves connect to other nerves via synapses on both axons and dendrites. A nerve can carry information regarding sensations, and ...Read more


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Is there any way to self-diagnose heart arrhythmia?

Is there any way to self-diagnose heart arrhythmia?

Check your pulse.: A heart arrhythmia is an irregular series of heart beats. It is not a fast or slow rate but an irregular rate. The most common arrhythmia is a premature atrial contraction (pac). A more serious arrhythmia is a premature ventricular contraction. If your pulse is irregular or your heart beats out of turn (suddenly and strongly) you are having an arrhythmia. Frequent arrythmias should be evaluated. ...Read more

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Does heart arrhythmia make you throw clots?

Does heart arrhythmia make you throw clots?

Yes: Both atrial fibrillation and atrial flutter are associated with pooling or stasis of blood, loss of vigorous contraction, and possibly platelet activation all of which can cause blood clots. If the clot moves it can go to the brain and cause stroke. ...Read more

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What to avoid drinking with heart arrhythmia?

What to avoid drinking with heart arrhythmia?

Caffeine, alcohol: Some people - but not all - with arrhythmias are sensitive to caffeine and alcohol. Other common triggers include stress, lack of sleep, sugar, sleep apnea, and chocolate. For people with known triggers, avoidance is the key. ...Read more

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Can right atrial enlargement lead to a heart arrhythmia?

Can right atrial enlargement lead to a heart arrhythmia?

Possibly: Any part of the heart that becomes enlarged is prone to possible arrhythmia if enlarged enough. ...Read more

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What is the difference between heart arrhythmia and palpitations?

What is the difference between heart arrhythmia and palpitations?

Sensation vs. Rhythm: Palpitations are the sensation of skipping or abnormal heart beats. These might be from abnormal beats, or just the normal rhythm beating fast or stronger than normal. Heart arrythmias are actual, documented (by ekg, holter, event monitor) abnormal heart contractions. ...Read more

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Help please! Is death from heart attack and heart arrhythmia the same?

Help please! Is death from heart attack and heart arrhythmia the same?

Death is death: Both can occur together.
Heart attack is dying muscle from blockage in general.
Arrythmias are caused by heart attack, chemical imbalances, and a variety of items.
Ventricular tachycardia, and fibrillation are the common "arrest" rhythms along with asystole and heart block- bradycardia s. ...Read more

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Could heart arrhythmia that shown by ECG be dangrous? What does it indicate??

There are many: Different arrhythmias that can be detected on EKG and monitoring. Many of them can be extremely dangerous and life threatening both directly and indirectly. Without knowing exactly what you mean I cannot advise as to whether or not it indicates danger for you or not. Ask your health care advisor to tell you what arrhythmia you have and discuss the results with you more fully. ...Read more

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Can your heart arrhythmia be passed on to your child?

Can your heart arrhythmia be passed on to your child?

See below: Everyone has some arrhythmia. It's normal to have skipped or extra beats - more at some times that others. Some are felt, most are not. Caffeine, nicotine, lack of sleep, stress, and many other things contribute. So, since everyone has some arrhythmia, I guess you'd say it's passed on to your child. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: heart arrhythmia?

What is the definition or description of: heart arrhythmia?

Irregularity of hrat: Irregular heart beat is by definition
this could be physiological like sinus arrhythmia and abnormal with different types atrial and ventricular as well as whole array of variety
atrial fib. Flutter ventricular tachycardia vpc tio list a few. ...Read more

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How can I tell if I have or what kind of heart arrhythmia I might have?

How can I tell if I have or what kind of heart arrhythmia I might have?

It must be recorded: Precise diagnosis of a suspected arrhythmia requires a recording at the time of symptoms. Sometimes the problem is frequent enough to be demonstrated on a routine electrocardiogram (ecg). More often the symptoms are intermittent. There are several types of monitors that patients may wear or carry with them to obtain this recording when they feel symptoms. ...Read more

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Can a heart arrhythmia cause a "tia"?

Can a heart arrhythmia cause a "tia"?

Not directly: Tia stands for transient ischemic attack which is usually manifest by a temporary neurologic impairment, such as loss of vision or weakness. An arrhythmia such as atrial fibrillation, can lead to clot formation. If a small clot dislodges, it can cause a TIA or a permanent injury known as a stroke. ...Read more

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My question was I am having sweats after snyope but did not have them beforehand. I have a heart arrhythmia also.?

My question was I am having sweats after snyope but did not have them beforehand. I have a heart arrhythmia also.?

Go to the ER: If you have a history of an abnormal heartbeat and are now having sweating and passing out spells, you need to be evaluated by a heart specialist immediately, preferably at the er. ...Read more

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Sometimes I wake up at Night and my heart is beating really fast. Is this a heart arrhythmia? Why is this happening to me?)

Sometimes I wake up at Night and my heart is beating really fast. Is this a heart arrhythmia? Why is this happening to me?)

An alternative: Is to get a Cardiology referral for an event monitor or Holter monitor so the doctor can track an arrhythmia that occurs infrequently. A baseline EKG would be needed too. ...Read more

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Why can orogastric intubation cause heart arrhythmia? I'm a medical student and I can't find the answer Sorry if it's not the right place for asking

Why can orogastric intubation cause heart arrhythmia? I'm a medical student and I can't find the answer Sorry if it's not the right place for asking

Rarely happens: The answer that you are looking for is that the esophagus and the heart are both innervated by the vagus nerve, so intubating the esophagus can increase stimulation. The real life answer is that this is extremely rare. Having done thousands of upper endoscopies with heart monitoring, I have never seen it. Still must be cautious though. Good luck with school! ...Read more

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I am having weird feelings after having two snyope. Get really weak and nervous. Also have heart arrhythmia. Should I be concerned? See nero on fri.

I am having weird feelings after having two snyope. Get really weak and nervous. Also have heart arrhythmia. Should I be concerned? See nero on fri.

See heart doc too: Since you mentioned having arrythmias which may have been the cause of your syncope, you should get this checked out.
After having passed out 2x and having heart arrythmias, I would feel worried too. It is a normal reaction.
Your neuro doc sure will want your heart checked out too.
Good luck. ...Read more

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Dr. Warren Foster
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Abnormal Heart Rhythms (Definition)

Abnormal heart rhythm is a condition in which a person has an abnormal heartbeat pattern, as detected by an EKG (electrocardiogram) of the heart. Some abnormal rhythms run in families (hereditary abnormal rhythms). Some abnormal rhythms are not dangerous, while others can cause ...Read more


Dr. Jerome Zacks
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Cardiac Arrhythmia (Definition)

The normal heart beat starts in the sinus node of the right atrium. An arrhythmia is when the heart beats too fast, too slow, starts in a different place, or if the electrical activity of the heart circulates through a different pathway ...Read more