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Should I worry about my heart at age 28? Normal ekgs (just shows fast heartrate), normal echo shows normal function, stress test good, blood work good?

Normal data. At 28 with all that normal data, you should avoid smoking, eat a mediterranean diet, get aerobic exercise 30min, minimum daily and enjoy life......... Read more...
Exercise ; eat well. Sounds like your heart is in good shape from your tests. Prevention is always the best. Exercise regularly and eat a healthy diet (low fat, low cholesterol) to prevent any heart problems in the future. Some people have heart attacks at an early age. Genetics, poor diet, and lack of exercise often play a role. Read more...

Do I have any reason to worry about sca/or heart attack at age 28? Normal ekgs, normal echo shows normal function, normal stress test and blood work?!

Normal is great! Without knowing the reason you are worried or why this testing was done at your age.... I would say that things look good from what you have stated but you should go over this in detail with your doctor. Read more...
Heart attack prevent. You are too young to have a heart attack unless drugs are involved (meth) or significant family history of premature cardiovascular disease. You're on oxycodone. Chronic pain can cause palpitations. Exercise will strengthen your health. Stay out of trouble. You shud be fine. Your chest pain and cough may be due to undiagnosed asthma or just plain anxiety. Check with your doctor. Test your lungs. Read more...

Got dysautonomia sympathetic and parasympthetic ans always fighting can this cause pvcs? Heart MRI, stress ecg, echo, ecg, 24h ECG all normal

Pvc's very common. everyone has pvc's. A finding more closely associated with dysautonomia is problems on blood pressure control (tilt table test--you get strapped onto a Frankenstein slab, tilted... bloodpressure doesn't adjust and falls). if 24 hr ECG normal,, then less likely a significant arrhythmia is present, but tilt table is the real test. Read more...

I have ectopics/PVCs, some weeks I have hardly any, other days I get them every few beats. Echo, MRA, monitors, ECG, MRI of heart all normal. Worry?

Probably OK. Most people will have some ectopic beats of PVCs or PACs (premature atrial contractions) If these are isolated and do not cause fainting, dizziness, shortness of breath, chest pains, etc. they are probably benign. You describe a fairly complete heart workup which, if normal, makes these minor arrhythmias even less concerning. If you continue to feel anxious or worried, talk to your doc. Read more...