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What causes fast heart rate with nausea?

May be more. The fast heart rate can be from many reasons and so can nausea. You need to discuss with with your physician so that both of these symptoms are evaluated and then see if the two are tied together. Read more...
Many reasons. there could be many reasons for the symptoms described. If you are having nausea and you are anxious that could raise your heartrate alone. Now what could be causing the nausea? That could also be anxiety related or it may be a sign of a viral gastroenteritis. If you have been vomiting with the nausea then if you are dehydrated that could cause a faster heart rate. Read more...
Various connections. Certainly if you are in any kind of GI distress causing nausea your heart rate can go up simply because you are anxious. Increased heart rate can also be a result of dehydration. If you have vomited from your nausea that could lead to dehydation and inability to keep in oral liquids, exacerbating your fast heart rate. Read more...

I have noticeedd something weird I have a very slow heart rate 33 BPM while sleeping and a very fast heart rate sometimes 140+ is this sick sinus syn?

Sick sinus syndrome. Your heart rate varies a lot but you are very young. Your age makes sick sinus syndrome unlikely. There are many causes of heart rate changes, some of them are normal. The best way to tell what is happening is to have an EKG. It is a simple heart rhythm test done at the clinic. It should help answer your question. Read more...

Last night when laying down to sleep I felt SOB but fell asleep, then woke up 30mins later very SOB and fast heart rate. Why? I'm 23 weeks preg.

Can be normal . Shortness of breath can be normal during pregnancy due to a combination of hormones and upward pressure on the diaphragm from the growing uterus. However, things like blood clots that travel to the lungs are also more common in pregnancy. Your symptoms warrant evaluation by a medical professional who can check your vital signs and probably provide reassurance. . Read more...