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... her month, and in the meen time, if i get any attacks to come strait back to see her, and they will take a look at the monitor and go from there. For once I feel as if I am actually getting sorted out! The person that reprogrammed the monitor said that nothing has shown up so far! ... (12 replies)
... and the siver lining of all this is that I can't bear to eat something fried or fatty now, as all I can think of is how that may affect my heart. So, maybe that is the reason for all of this. ... (6 replies)
... Either can be serious, nd either can be benign. SVT's are much more unpredictable and unnerving as it could quickly cause a major event. A murmur is usually more predictable and easily monitored going forward. ... (4 replies)

... Thanks. So SVT isn't as serious as a heart murmur? ... (4 replies)
... I really think it worked because I will start to have an"episode" and it stops after one or two beats...this is amazing because I lived with it for so long. As everyone says, don't stop until you find the right answers. How long are the episodes lasting? ... (12 replies)
... aware of fast and irregular beats. I'm 20, within the normal weight, maybe slightly lighter, dont smoke, dont drink hardly any alcohol. Concidering my pulse goes as high, I dont feel very uncomfortable, other than slightly light headed and weak, and tired, and sometimes out of breath easily. ... (12 replies)
... a few minutes and irregular and thendroped down to a regular beats in the 90's. I think thats why it's been difficult for the doctors to diagnose because it goes as fast as it comes on sometimes. My pulse quite offten rose to 130 regularly, and walking up the stairs would bring it up from 100 to 130... ... (12 replies)
... Murmurs are sounds heard as blood flows through the heart valves with each heart beat during the pumping phase and the filling phase. ... (4 replies)
... Or is it just classed as a heart condition? ... (4 replies)
... hi, I can relate very well to what you are experiancing... I had an ER trip a couple weeks back for the same reason and am also a smoker but have since cut down as well. At first the DR tried to blame it on anxiety which I found insulting since I know the difference. ... (7 replies)
... Yes, I've chest discomfort as well as other symptoms. I don't know it was my chest problems showed or the side effect of "Persantine"! ... (4 replies)
... Oh yes, I intend to. I haven't smoked for about a week now but unforutunately, I am human, which means that I have slipped from time to time. Work isn't as bad as being at home if you can believe that as to the 'need' for a cigarette. ... (7 replies)
... interprete as a heart damage? ... (4 replies)
... or stress. This is real, the 'thump' I am feeling is real, not imagined as some would say. ... (7 replies)
... Hi MHossa, To give some perspective, HF is the heart's inability to pump adequately a blood supply to meet system's demand for oxygen. A-fib can stagnate blood flow in the receiving chamber and cause clots and impede the the amount of blood getting into the pumping chamber. The consequence is not enough blood is pumped into circulation and virtually heart failure. ... (2 replies)
... Such as heart disease. ... (2 replies)
... ng her up and she was fine...nothing happened. Once shes seen the cardio and her heart problem has been sorted out, its a good idea is she gradually loses weight as this will improve her heart condition dramatically. ... (3 replies)
... I dont know about you guys but I no longer feel my heart beat as strong when i get scared it no longer runs away. ... (5 replies)
... As long as your rates are within 60-100 at resting there's nothing to worry about unless your getting a lot of pains which will be caused mostly by the anxiety. If your heart rate is at around 80-90 it may feel a bit fast but it's perfectly normal depending on if your active in sports, outdoors ect.. Usally the less active people are not walking around with resting rates of... (5 replies)
... Part of the treadmill exercise is to time (post exercise) the recovery from peak time. Time is an important factor to judge physical fitness and that helps separate fitness condition from medical problem. You can search this forum for "EKG" and locate the post where I month or so ago went into detail regarding EKG testing, its parameters, and signifcance for each wave... (2 replies)




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