I'm having skipped heart beats but I've had an echocardiogram done and many ER trips w/ blood work & EKG everything been clear. 24/F/Obese?

Not rare; heart rate. controlled by brain&heart-muscle integration. Most common basis arrhythmia=Cardiac Reentry https://goo.gl/uAjtA3; injured muscle cells conducting more slowly. Most common basis for injury=atherosclerosis, typically present 1/2 US citizens by later childhood, earlier with additional body fat; though not symptomatic/diagnosed for decades; arteries enlarge: http://goo.gl/is4MN3 http://goo.gl/Blh6rW.
Skipped Beats. Consult a primary care doctor and review all medications Do you consume coffee or high caffeinated sodas like Mountain Dew or Red Bull. If you do these should be stopped. You should have your thyroid tested. High thyroid hormone can cause irregular heartbeats. If all this is done and skips continue you may need monitoring with a special device called a Halter monitor. Ask your private doctor.

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