Is a normal ekg, 48 hour holter, and echocardiogram enough to say my heart is functioning normally? Even with tachycardia/ dizzy/ palpitations?

Maybe. If you had your typical symptoms during your 48 hour recording, and nothing significant showed up, it unlikely there is anything serious going on. If you did not have problems during the recording, a longer monitor (event monitor) may be needed to catch it.

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Random dizzy feel in head. EKG, holter, card profusion scan, echocardiogram, head CT, comp blood work all norm. If it were heart would it come on randomly?

Random dizziness. While dizziness can be related to the heart, even with a totally normal workup of the heart, you could be having an arrhythmia, which might go undetected on a Holter or other tests. It appears that you have had a pretty good heart work up. At this point, with persistent symptoms, you might consider some neurologic tests or inner ear tests. This can be a difficult work up, so please be patient. Read more...

I'm 36 years old, for 3 months I have been experiencing fatigue, palpitations, skipped beats and dizziness. Blood tests are normal, 24h holter, echocardiogram and ekg stress test normal (only one extrasistotele at rest). My doctors say it's anxiety.

Be reassured. The normal ekg, echo and holder are all reassuring that the problem is not caused by the heart or by changes in heart rhythm (Arrhythmia). If you are having spinning sensations with lightheadedness, you may also want to get an ENT evaluation of your balance organ and hearing to make sure that is not the cause. Anxiety can also cause these symptoms. Read more...

I have a thickened heart based my EKG but have vacation coming. How soon do I need an echocardiogram? I've been feeling dizzy and weak lately.

ASAP. Thickened heart indicate ventricular hypertrophy that usually results from hypertension but could be secondary to valvular heart disease. It is advisable to get you general health checked including your blood pressure, and obtain echocardiogram as soon s possible. Read more...

Had ekgs, holter monitors, event monitor for a month, heart ultra sound, CT angiogram. All normal! Is it safe 2 say my tachycardia is benign?

Probably. But there are other factors you haven't addressed. When you have tachycardia, what are your symptoms? Do you pass out? Is there any family history of sudden or unexpected death? Do you have a normal qt interval on your ekg? Is there any evidence of WPW or brugada syndrome? Tachycardia is common. Most is benign. Check on the above questions. Read more...