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The past few months I've felt very different, chest pain near heart, heart palpitations, shortness breath, lightheaded? Healthy 29 year old male.

This warrants med. Eval. Although this might be associated with anxiety - medical causes must be ruled out. If you have not previously been evaluated for one of these episodes then chest pain, palpitations, shortness of breath ; light headedness = emergency room (; don't drive yourself). Read more...

What is my next move? Shall I take her to a cardiologist for a second opinion? My 14 yr old daughter who has had asthma has been suffering from heart palpitations shortness of breath, dizziness, chest pains and fatigued for weeks. She has been off the as

If . If you are still concerned about your daughter, then you should definitely see a specialist. It sounds as though her doctor has been pretty thorough with the testing he/she has ordered, but if your daughter is still symptomatic, it is worth looking farther for answers. Call your child's doctor and ask for a specialist recommendation. Good luck! Read more...
Yes. Palpitations are often nothing but teen years are when we see a spike in the diagnosis of svt. Her asthma medicines will speed her heart rate anyway which might explain all, but they could help trigger svt. A 24 holter monitor would really help if she is having palpitations on a daily basis. Yes see a pediatric cardiologist. Read more...

I have had the following symptoms for 1 month: - Chest Pain in Central-Left Region - Heart Palpitations - Dizziness - Nausea Suggestions?

SEE A DOCTOR. If you are having these symptoms now, seek IMMEDIATE emergency medical attention. If you are not currently having any of these symptoms or any shortness of breath or severe weakness, then schedule an appointment with your PCP or a Cardiologist ASAP. These are symptoms that can signify a very serious cardiac condition that may be life-threatening. Read more...

Nausea, heart palpitations and lightheaded in episodes. Blood test clear and pressure good and im not anxious or too much caffiene. Any ideas?

Check it out. Anxiety has many symptoms, some of which are not so obvious. First check with your PCP. Some physical conditions such as hypoglycemia or mitral valve prolapse can cause these symptoms. If this is not the case, perhaps you need to see a mental health professional to see if you have issue of which you are not aware. Read more...

Having sore chest, heart palpitations, contant brain fog and dizziness. Had ekg, blood and urine done. All good. What can I do to get back to normal?

Referred to cardio. Hi. Your question is complex so i referred it to cardiology. Thanks for submitting it. Read more...
Further evaluation. Depending on your age and risk factors you may benefit from a stress test and echo you should also have your BP checked lying, siting and standing to see if any drop. A 24 hour or even 2 to 4 week heart monitor helps based upon how frequently your are having palpitations and foggy sensation. With your symptoms a normal ekg is not enough to say everything is okay. Read more...