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Everytime I take a deep breath feels like my heart beats hard for a second or maybe a palpitation. Weirdweirdweird?

Question. The question here is: what is your heart actually doing when you take a deep breath? This can be very easily answered by having you deep breath during an ecg. It may be simple cardiac awareness. If it happens infrequently, a 24 hr recording would be of help.
Palpitation. There is a condition called "cardiac compression syndrome". Usually this is a benign but bothersome condition. You can google this for more info. May apply to you.
Normal. That's probably normal. When you draw a deeper breath, more blood will flow toward your heart causing it to work harder. You can feel it, but most will not. If you don't have other symptoms, such as fainting, chat pain or palpitations during or afterwards, it is probably ok...

I think I have a heart palpitation or something. Sometime when I take a deep breath then exhale it feels like my heart beats 1 or 2 times hard. Help?

Normal. There is variation in your heart beat as you inhale and exhale due to the pressure in the chest cavity. As long as it is only 1 or 2 beats it is normal.
Probably extra beat. The pressure in your chest changes with inspiration and expiration this sometimes causes the heart to have an extra beat. Sometimes you can feel this beat and sometimes not. This is not an uncommon phenomena. This is usually a benign finding. If you continue to be concerned you can get a Holter monitor which will show what your heart is doing. Speak with your MD.

Faster then normal heart rate while walking, or even talking in certain situations. Triggers breathlessness, upon deep breaths weird heart beats hapen?

Need more info. The symptoms you described warrant an in-person evaluation with additional history, physical examination and may be some tests. It would be prudent to see your doctor.

Worried it's giving me bad anxiety when I workout and I can't feel that pounding heart beat? Just walking to my car short breath bad. Lump Throat feeling constant. + metha challeng airway disease pft. Heart/lung doc ct bronchosc echo stress tes fine

U need. Counseling. See a psychiatrist soon, given that all the tests you ran ruled out organic cause for your troubling symptoms. If you don't have a direct access to a psychiatrist, consult your primary doctor, good luck.
Anxiety. If your doctor has advised you that your medical workup is normal, consider that anxiety might be causing these symptoms. If that is the case, consider working with a psychotherapist. Take care.