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What kind of arrhythmia would cause your heart to flutter, dizzy, like no beats in between and scared. It felt like a lot if pvcs in a row.

Several.... There are several arrhythmias that can cause these symptoms including atrial fibrillation or atrial flutter, PVCs that can occur as "runs" where there are several in a row. Ventricular arrhythmias, besides PVCs, would likely cause more symptoms, like passing out. The best way to figure out what is wrong is to have a Holter monitor placed for at least a few days so see your doctor ASAP or go to ER! Read more...

Low blood pressure and low heart rate in runners. Am I at risk for an abnormal arrhythmia setting in?

Generally no. Generally, these are signs of (especially good) health in runners. If you're otherwise feeling good, i wouldn't give it another thought. Read more...
No. Very well conditioned athletes typically have low resting heart rates and low normal blood pressure that are a result of their excellent physical shape and not because of underlying heart disease. Now, if you are feeling faint, dizzy, light headed, weak or unwell in any other way seek medical evaluation. Read more...

Can an arrhythmia be detected by blood pressure...or a simple listening of the heart in a doctors office?

Arrhythmia. if an arrhythmia is present when you are examined, it can confirm an arrhythmia is present. Usually an ECG record of the rhythm is needed to identify the specific arrhythmia. Read more...

Chances of arrhythmia with a clear ekg, chest x ray, and blood tests? I know they can go undetected. 18 years old. Feel occasional heart palpitations

Low. The chances of a significant arrhythmia are very low given your negative test results. Teenagers will often have a bit of flipflop feeling in their chest or palpitation. These are usually normal. The use of energy drinks and chocolate can increase these episodes. Your doctor is best suited to determine the need for further testing, such as 24 hr holter monitoring. Read more...
Holster monitor or . You can try holster monitor or better yet get tested multifunction cardiogram! http://en.M.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/multifunction_cardiogram. Read more...