Heart palpations while pregnant normal?

No. Palpitations are never normal and always merit evaluation by a physician on an urgent basis - especially during pregnancy. They could be the only symptom of cardiac pathology that could prove significant.
Yes, it is common. Palpitations during pregnancy is common, but not always benign. It would be advisable to wear a holter monitor so your physician can determine if these are benign arrhythmias (often pvcs) or something that is more concerning. These arrhythmias are often linked to hormones, and often become more frequent during pregnancy.
Never normal. They re never normal, but most of the time are not life threatening, . Definetely you need medical work-up to find out the cause for this.

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33weeks pregnant and my heart feels like it's pounding hard and forceful, yet my heart rate is normal 80bpm... Is this still classed as a palpitation?

Yes, but. Although palpitations are classified as any heartbeat that is irregular, too fast, or more forceful than usual, it is more worrisome when they are too fast or irregular. When pregnant, our cardiac output increases dramatically, and the force of our heartbeats can be stronger and more perceptible. If you do not have any chest pain, shortness of breath, or feeling dizzy, then I wouldn't worry. . Read more...

Do daily headaches/migraines have anything to do with heart palpitation/flutters? I suffer from headaches everyday (normally) and I'm 17 weeks pregnant.

Pregnancy & Migraine. About 60-70% of active migraine patients improve during pregnancy. The incidence of migraine often worsens in the first trimester but improves during the second and third trimesters of pregnancy when the level of estrogen increases. However, some women may experience their first migraine during pregnancy. See your PCP for migraine management. Read more...
Maybe. when pregnant there is a great deal of neuro-hormonal changes as well as volume shifting. Caloric demands increase as well as the need for additional sleep. The symptoms are not uncommon. You need to increase your water consumption as well. take a pre-nate vitamin and follow as directed by your ob/gyn dr. Read more...

Iam 20 week pregnet I have in morning heart palpitatin? Why this palpitation in pregnecy my heart beat in 118 bpm. Why normal range in pregnecy?

See doctor. You should be under the care of a doctor to protect your and your baby's health. You need to be evaluated by an in-person examination. Please consult your doctor. Read more...

Sometimes I feel a sort of flutter as a heart beat. Is this a palpitation? Should I be concerned also I'm 3mth pregnant if that changes anything..

Go see your OBY. Or pcp and have an ekg done to check for irregular heart beat. It's the only way to check for arrythmia. Take care! http://www.Livestrong.Com/article/183623-what-causes-heart-palpitations-during-pregnancy/#page=1. Read more...

Central stomach pain, tender to palpate and feel strong heart beat in stomach, sudden. Abdominal aneurysm?

Very unlikely. Probably just feeling pulsation of normal aorta. Many possible sources of pain, but, aortic aneurysm way down on the list. See your pcp or GI doctor for evaluation. Read more...
Unlikely. But be checked, physical exam, ultrasound are very effective and noninvasive. If you are thin it is not uncommon to feel aorta pulsation. Read more...

Is it normal for my heart to race while pregnant?

Yes. During pregnancy, the way your heart works changes along with the increase in the amount of blood in your body. For most women, their normal pulse rate will increase in pregnancy. Periods of "palpitations" , where you are really conscious of your pulse and it gets fast, are common. You only need to worry if they last for more than a few minutes or make you short of breath or dizzy. Read more...

Is it normal to feel tired after heart palpitation?

Yes. If the palpitations are fast or frequent enough, it can sort of be like running a race while you're sitting still. So yes, they can make you quite tired. Read more...

Palpatations feel like heart will stop normal ecgs?

Palpitations. Most often what you describe is benign and requires no treatment just reassurance. Your doctor can check you to be sure what your situation is. In the unlikely case some abnormality is present, dr. Can deal with it for you. Read more...