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... PVCs don't feel like a pop. I have had popping and whirlpool and also like a cellphone like vibration at time in chest area, but back then, I did not have PVCs. I think I had IST (inappropriate sinus tachycardia), which is a form of dysautonomia. My heart rate was in 92 to 97 while sitting down. Doing little things like putting socks on would raise it. I was always feeling... (3 replies)
... ve totally cut out gluten and sugars and I am eating only healthy vegetables for carbs. But I seem to notice it even more or else I am just so hyper aware that at the littlest twinge or flutter I start fixating. ... (3 replies)
... al heart beats you get from running fast. when the pause happens i feel like im going to collapse, cant catch my breathe. Someone told me it can be 3 or more PVC after eachother..... ... (29 replies)

... Hi barberlady, If your MVP is moderate to serious it can cause arrhythmia, chest pain, etc. The doctor acknowledges may individuals experience PVC's without serious consequences...other than mental anxiety and usually that is true. However, MVP can quickly develop into a more serious condition and that can't be ruled out without an echocardiogram. An EKG can easily be... (2 replies)
... tackycardia and some arrhythmia. I've also noticed that I get rapid heart rate after eating. I am not anorexic, and never have been. ... (4 replies)
... ects, but I still experience palpitations. I know they are not due to the medication, but rather my heart reacting to stress. I feel the palpitations sometimes after eating, exercising, emotional stress, and sometimes when I wake up in the morning. ... (6 replies)
... You've got to be dragging awful bad, at times, from all of these meds, especially an hour or two after you take them! ... (9 replies)
... are usually lying on my back, bending over, going from a standing to sitting, stress, over eating, caffeine and other times they happen at any time they happen. After several years of monitors, ekgs, echos, EPS and stress tests the usual findings are PVCs and sometimes PACs. ... (7 replies)
... I was going to drown yet. I was placed on Amiodarone to stabilize the heart rate in addition to Lasix to get rid of the excess body water. While in the hospital after my heart was shocked I was not able to breath and I turned blue but some how hung onto life. ... (4 replies)
... I have to find out what's wrong with me, it's eating me alive not knowing. ... (0 replies)
... lid for a few months. I could not eat food without getting a racing heart, walk up stairs, or exercise. I focused completely on what was wrong, and in retrospect after testing should have just let the doctors do their work. ... (7 replies)
... When you look at the profile for foods, you wouldn't believe the natural pharmacy available. And go figure, we've evolved eating mostly fresh fruits, nuts and veggies and a bit of meat. ... (11 replies)
Scared to tears..
Jul 24, 2007
... Atenolol I stopped because it was making me too drowsy after about 3 months. Norvasc I had to stop because it made my legs swell, after about another 3 months. I stopped Paxil because it just wasn't helping, and I changed to Lexapro. That stuff is too expensive, so I had to cut that too. ... (5 replies)
... en the ER doctor prescribed a potassium supplement for a week or so, the PVC's disappeared. My family doctor did not want me to stay on the potassium supplement after my next blood workup showed my potassium to be normal again. ... (18 replies)
... en the ER doctor prescribed a potassium supplement for a week or so, the PVC's disappeared. My family doctor did not want me to stay on the potassium supplement after my next blood workup showed my potassium to be normal again. ... (18 replies)
... and called EMS again. This time I cancelled EMS because I spontaneously converted after only 5 minutes. ... (16 replies)


Associated Tags: atenolol, cardiomyopathy, dyazide, heart arrythmias, heart failure, lisinopril, norvasc, paxil, zyrtec

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