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What does it mean to have lots of heart murmurs and palpitations?

Definition. Heart murmur is an extra heart sound heard on examination that is related to turbulent flow through the heart. Palpitation is a sensation of unusual, rapid, irregular, or strong heart beating which may be due to an abnormal heart rhythm. Read more...

Can having palpitations while having a heart murmur be a sign of something bad?

Depends. It depends to a large degree what the cause of your heart murmur is. Some are benign. Some are not. Palpitations are present in nearly everyone sometimes and their significance depends on the underlying health of your heart. An echocardiogram and Holter exam would go a long way in determining if yours are serious. Read more...

I was diagnose with a heart murmur years ago, now I recently started having palpitations.?

No way to tell. Most murmurs and palpitations are benign but there is no way of knowing from the limited information given. See your physician. Read more...

What causes heart murmurs, palpitations and a faster than normal heart beat?

Stimulants. Stimulants increase the heart rate and make the heart more irritable and prone to irregular rhythms that would be perceived as palpitations. In addition to increasing the heart rate, some increase the strenght of the hear beat resulting in more blood being pumped that may cause a murmur, even in the absence of a heart defect. These stimulant may be ingested substances or internally produced. Read more...

Can mvp with heart murmur cause palpitations w/ SOB? It only last for a second. Should I give my heart dr. A call or is it normal.?

It is ok. MVP can cause Palpitation. as a rule any heart symptoms which lasts less than 30 seconds are not emergency and are benign symptoms. Anxiety makes all the symptoms worse so try to take deep breath. It increases Vagal tone and helps Slow down the HR. it also hel your Anxiety. Read more...

Heart palpitations and diahhrea. I have a heart murmur but I seen the heart doc not to long ago and everything was ok. I did have low potassium level.

Restore potassium. Your potassium must be restored to normal before anything else. Additionally your RBC magnesium level needs to be checked and also followed as the magnesium level affects potassium level and both can precipitate arrythmias. The diarrhea probably caused the initially low potassium. Make sure you don't have an infection. Meantime rehydrate with an electrolyte drink to restore fluid and minerals. . Read more...