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... been doing fairly well so far. However, once, while walking four of our six dogs up a steep incline, his chest became tight. It was not at all the same symptoms as the heart attack, as those were a feeling of someone sitting on his chest and cramping in his left arm. ... (2 replies)
... Yes, you should tell your doctor on Wednesday of what has happened, having tachycardia may be symptomatic of further issues related to your CAD and your cardiologist will want to evaluate it. Do you have heart failure as that can be common post MI (heart attack) and some of the symptoms may be peripheral odema (swelling of ankles). I'd request an echocardiogram to find out how... (2 replies)
... I am looking for some hope and insight from someone who has the same experience as me. ... (1 replies)

... Thank you both for the reply. I am going to see about changing to a different medication. It's month 8 for me now, as far as the feeling of needing a deep breath and not able to get a deep enough breath. It seems to be hit and miss as far as severity. ... (3 replies)
... The ablation did not go as planned. The cardio ablated a few spots but there were more that were on the back side of the heart that were to risky and difficult to do, at this time. ... (7 replies)
... d clots. I got switched to atenolol shortly after though it did not work well with me at all. I would see if they could switch you to a different medication such as metoprolol though atenolol may be cardio selective, it could still be causing your problems. ... (3 replies)
... I experienced exactly what you described in not really being able to take a deep breath at times. It wasn't a constant feeling. I tried explaining it to my PCP as a feeling of congestion but she just gave me a funny look. ... (3 replies)
... By the way, thank you for all of your support and understanding. You as well as everyone else who has replied to my thread. I hate that others have the same issues, but at the same time it's nice to know I'm not alone. ... (23 replies)
... I personally think a lot of it is due to not only my anxiety, but the menopause I'm going through. I have generalized anxiety as well as health anxiety and the more I think about it, the worse it gets. So I believe some of it is physical and some of it is mental. ... (23 replies)
... you eat the food, especially certain foods like spicy and fried foods, the stomach releases acid, which irritates the vagus nerve. Hiatal hernia is known as "the great mimic". ... (23 replies)
... ht or eating habits. Slight change in appetite lately, though. I do have days where I just don't feel like eating. Mostly in the evening. Might be psychosomatic, as I noticed eating will sometimes bring an episode of heart palps on. ... (23 replies)
... Yep. I've tried all those things. The coughing, holding my nose, bearing down, the "4, 7, 8" method (breathe in for 4 seconds, hold it for 7, blow out slowly for 8), splashing cold water on my face, etc. None of it helps. I've even tried the deal where you massage between your thumb and forefinger. Sometimes I get so aggravated, I literally pound on my chest and yell "STOP... (23 replies)
... e, though I think it is just muscle because it gets harder when I tense and sort of blends with the surrounding muscles. I'm really just hoping for peace of mind as I've worried nearly nonstop for a week now. ... (1 replies)
... I'm newbie, a young 64 female in what I thought was pretty good health. 5'7" 128 lbs. dont smoke, I drink 1 small glass of wine a day only. Been feeling overwhelming fatigue last couple of months, chest pain and I have shortness of breath when I lie down. My PCP said my ECG looked good but said I had bradycardia. Stress echo showed no blockages with trivial mitral... (1 replies)
... My family history freaks me out a bit as well. Both my grandfather and my father both died suddenly and both at the age 50 years old. ... (5 replies)
Stress Test?
May 12, 2017
... I urged a second opinion, which I may regret, on the EF and perhaps an Rx for digoxin as recommended on this forum by Machaon generously. ... (5 replies)
... I noticed I could feel more the symptoms as I was getting older, then again this episodes only happen like 5 times a year. ... (5 replies)
... ish, smaller than 2 cm. I discovered it suddenly as well while showering. It felt like a little rock. It wasn't soft. I know it's silly but for a moment i thought it was a loose bone or something! ... (9 replies)
... I was worried as you and went to the dr. ... (9 replies)
... After years of many tests and medications I am scheduled for an ablation as well as getting a pace maker installed, on May 4th. The last test that was successful in triggering my arrhythmia was a 12 lead ecg with several different iv infusions. ... (7 replies)




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