Does heart palpitations cause frequent urination?

Not directly. Typically palpitations would not be expected to cause frequent urination. It may be, however, that another cause may result in palpitations and frequent urination- one thought would be a urinary tract infection.

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I was told that I have mod. Blood in urine but no UTI, what can be an issue? I am having low back pain (pinching) & unusual heart palpitations.

Micro-hematuria. Microscopic hematuria is fairly common and often from a benign familial tendency. Unfortunately, blood in the urine is also often the only sign one gets from some conditions that need to be discovered, like bladder or kidney cancer or kidney stones. See a urologist for workup. It likely will involve an office cystoscopic exam and upper urinary tract imaging. Read more...
First confirm. that it is blood in the urine and not a contaminant. (menstrual bleeding, myoglobin-which will cause the urine to dip positive for blood but reveal no red blood cells under the microscope) If you have RBC's in the urine, you may need to look further up-stream (bladder / kidney / kidney stone). Start by getting a good exam and assessment. Read more...

Having sore chest, heart palpitations, contant brain fog and dizziness. Had ekg, blood and urine done. All good. What can I do to get back to normal?

Referred to cardio. Hi. Your question is complex so i referred it to cardiology. Thanks for submitting it. Read more...
Further evaluation. Depending on your age and risk factors you may benefit from a stress test and echo you should also have your BP checked lying, siting and standing to see if any drop. A 24 hour or even 2 to 4 week heart monitor helps based upon how frequently your are having palpitations and foggy sensation. With your symptoms a normal ekg is not enough to say everything is okay. Read more...

What could be the cause of heart palpitations if all of these test have been normal for me?

Palpitations. You need to get an ekg, holter, event monitor and loop recorder in sequence to diagnose cause of your palpitations. If everything is normal, then it simply anxiety disorder. Consult your physician. Read more...