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... your heartbeat problems with natural changes, then you might consider asking your doctor for a "generic" low cost, medication that can calm your heartbeat, such as a calcium channel blocker, a beta blocker, an ace inhibitor, etc. ... (2 replies)
... David How could an ultrasound show blockage and a cath show nothing ..with the symptoms you are having i would do reseach on Linus Pauling....heart disease and Vitamin C..i know this sounds like to simple a solution but it is that simple..at least read Owen Fonorow’s book practicing medicine without a license..and let me know what you think ..as i mentioned in a above post... (6 replies)
... Update***** My cardiologist ordered a nuclear stress test and an echo. I went in for my results and he said it looks like there is a 70% blockage in my artery he referenced as the “widowmaker.” So I got admitted to the hospital for a cardiac cath the next morning. The procedure went well and the cardiologist that did it said there is no blockage at all and my artery’s look... (6 replies)

Event Recorder
Apr 11, 2018
... st svt episode a yr ago at the ER and dr said monitor looked all fine.I didnt feel fine tho.I was told the problem I have I was born with.but it never showed up as evidence till I was in late 50's. ... (7 replies)
Event Recorder
Apr 9, 2018
... yes--actually I had a 30 day monitor and there was some sinus tachy--but they didnt have me note when I exercised-if i didnt have sypmtoms--so the only way to tell if it is bad is to note the exercise. There were a few mild bad ones(145 HR) that i noted as having sypmtoms while resting-but then I day I got really stressed and the next day I had a bad episode after I had... (7 replies)
Event Recorder
Apr 7, 2018
... I ended up in the ER a few days later as i was having alot of shortness of breath again. They did another EKG which was fine. ... (7 replies)
... I went thru the same thing starting in oct or nov, even went to the ER. Mine was the esophagus they said. Had the nuclear stress test that went well, EKG as well as an echo cardiogram. ... (6 replies)
Troponin I
Mar 27, 2018
... Hi My name is Marius im 24 years old. Im going to cut it short. Started having huge pains in my left should, shoulder blade, left chest area. Next day whilst reading heartattack symptoms i felt two huge heart beats like something exploded inside me. Felt like falling. Started shaking. Went to the clinics they said troponins are fine everything is in order. Same story... (0 replies)
Palpitations
Mar 25, 2018
... The echocardiogram, stress test and ekg, that I had in the last year, all shows the same thing as they did years and years ago. bicuspid aortic valve, mitral valve prolapse and I'm told I'm fine, not to worry. ... (0 replies)
... In 1987, I spent 10 days at Mount Sinai Heart Institute in Miami Beach, with heart failure, persistent Atrial Fibrillation and chronically high blood pressure. As of today, at 73, the last time I looked, I was still alive and doing quite well. ... (2 replies)
... dizzy, loopy, forgetful, tired, panicky... a sensation as if I'm being separated from my body or disconnected from it? ... (2 replies)
... It could be due to growing pains or something as simple as gas. I get horrid chest pains under my left breast sometimes that are gas. But I hope you've seen a doctor by now. ... (4 replies)
... A couple of weeks ago I had two heart stents put in via the groin and I was curious on how long it takes for the bruising to go away. The actual site still has a hard bump and the bruising continues down my thigh nearly to the knee. My family doctor said the bruise is from blood leaking from the initial incision site as it was not kept clamped long enough following the... (0 replies)
... Is it ok to take propranolol as needed? ... (4 replies)
... I wish there was a pill to just take when it happens? I have had a fast heart rate pretty much all my life not super fast though but bouts of higher. Type A person, this is frustrating . Thanks for your input. (4 replies)
... Because your heart may be already stimulated because of your pain, the extra stimulus to your heart caused by any physical activity, such as ballroom dancing, might be a reason for additional bouts of tachycardia, caused by the increased adrenal hormones. ... (4 replies)
... My daughter is a cross country runner who was struggling with losing her vision at every race or practice that was a speed workout. We have been seeing many specialist. Pulmonologist, cardiologists, neurologists. When we were at cardiologist they said she had pots because her blood pressure dropped when she changed from sitting to standing. But they never mad the connection... (1 replies)
... Hi I am a 64 year old female that was diagnosed with Genetic Rheumathoid Mitral Valve Regurgitation. So It looks like the issue I have was from birth. Ten (10) years ago I had The Mitral Valve repaired... On November 8, 2017, I had a Mitral Valve Replacement surgery, as well as a Tricuspid valve repair, and I had Atrial Fibrillation before admission, and was hospitalized for... (0 replies)
... ib and had first attack in January. In hospital three times with attacks and am now at top dosage of betapace a f. Had a pacemaker put in on last hospital stay as heart rate was too slow and that was a little over one month ago. Today had a fib breakout again. ... (1 replies)
... I want to try Passionflower & Hawthorn? Anyone use them? I have anxiety/fast heart rate/impatience, & these palpitations cause me to feel very nervous. Spoke to my cardiologist (all heart tests/blood tests are fine & ONLY risk factors as 50 yo male as of now is dad's history & my stress/anxiety level) & he offered beta blockers or to just "live w/ it if you can". I can but I'd... (0 replies)


Associated Tags: angina, arrythmia, cardiology, fast heart rate, heart arrythmias, heart attack, heart stents, palpitations, pots syndrome, racing heart at night, svt, teenager

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