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... Hello, I am 20 year old 6,4 220 teenager/adult. I have been suffering from Anxiety disorder Panick attacks and stress. I have had lots trips to the er because of the panick attacks. Always thinking that somethings wrong with my heart. But evertime nothing. I have seen my heart doctor 3 times and nothing had a effort test and nothing. My problem is that when I touch my left... (0 replies)
... AA thanks. I'm feeling a better in that I no longer really have chest pain. But unfortunately I'm still experiencing SOB. What is weird is that my SOB is positional, in that it's more apparent when lying down or declined. ... (47 replies)
... st I've had minus the first echo has been normal. My biggest issue is that I constantly feel symptomatic. I'm still experiencing shortness of breath and slight chest discomfort. But every doctor I see can't seem to find anything wrong with me. ... (47 replies)

... d the doc in the hallway. Doc comes in and says it muscular skeletal. I decided to get a second opinion. I am on the table while she is putting the electrodes my chest starts to hurt. It stops before the test starts. Doc comes in and says he didn't see anything...of course. He said if it continues we can do a heart monitor. ... (0 replies)
... Chest x-rays rarely are used to diagnose enlarged hearts. It may often be a finding on an x-ray (termed cardiomegaly), but an echocardiogram should be done to confirm the findings and to look for any causes. Hypertension can absolutely do it. It may also be completely normal on an echocardiogram. Keep doing what you're doing (losing weight), and that will help with the blood... (5 replies)
... Symptoms affecting multiple organ types (and multiple body regions) rarely originate from one specific organ problem (i.e. a blockage in the heart). Just to summarize your own post, these are the issues you list: dizziness, anxiety (social phobia), shortness of breath, palpitations, headaches, chest pain, right arm pain, fatigue, dysphagia (problems with swallowing), acid... (1 replies)
... p apnea. This coupled with a normal stress echocardiogram would make me feel reassured, despite it not fully explaining the origin of the shortness of breath and chest pressure. ... (47 replies)
... Not a problem. Regarding my echos, I had two at one location and two at another. 3 of the echos were standard echos, the last one was a exercise stress echo. They took RSVP readings each time. They were not concerned about PAH, they though I could maybe have a valve issue due to my symptoms and honestly me pushing them to do testing. I had two CT scans, one of the head... (47 replies)
... en a few days before my pills ended in April I started to feel something. My heart was erratic. I had a jump heavily in my chest. It scared me. I was at rest. My chest was painful and I started getting throbbing in my stomach. Severe throbbing which was so painful and upsetting for me. It was in my right side. ... (1 replies)
... Since last fall, I've been having random, mild chest pains that come on for about a second and then vanish. ... (3 replies)
... I can tell you from my experience that when I got my problem I would get chest pain after 8 minutes of cardio exercise almost like clock work. If I stopped or slowed down the pain would stop. ... (3 replies)
... he EKG picked that up since usually I notice when it happens as it is often followed by a quick gallop after the missed beat. I had a voice mail saying if I have chest pain, to go to the ER because it is possible I have enlarged heart. ... (0 replies)
... I just had surgery on Thursday and I needed to get a refill of my pain meds from my GP. While I was on the phone with her I asked her what my most recent chest X-ray showed, she said my lungs were fine but it showed a slight enlarged heart. She would not discuss it with me so needless to say I'm scared I'm going to die. I have been trying to lose weight and have gone from a... (5 replies)
... I recently started meds for hypertension. Gestational diabetes with all four pregnancies. It's under control with diet. Don't smoke. Drink socially. Not overweight and just started regular cardio exercises. Test was yesterday, so I don't know when I'll get results. Diagnosed with mild MVP 12 years ago. Went for recent follow up due to palpitations, HBP, pain (esp when lying on... (5 replies)
... any symptoms of heart related problems, like shortness of breath, high blood pressure, irregular heartbeats, fast heartbeat, pauses in heartbeat, get tired easy, chest pain, etc.? ... (5 replies)
... And a tip for recovery is a big soft electric reclining chair is absolutely wonderful for sleeping in while your chest heals. Not only does it hold you in a better position for sleeping than a bed after that surgery, it also helps you get up which is a challenge from a bed. ... (5 replies)
... What is working for me now is a low carb, wheat free diet. Wheat may bloat your guts into your chest cavity and irritate the heart causing the palps or tachycardia. Google it. ... (3 replies)
... So for about 7 years now, I've had a condition that my doctor said was "pre-beats". This has caused me a pretty good amount of anxiety and fear. He said the only other options would be to have a full on month long heart monitor used and have an echocardiogram done. Every now and then my heart just feels like it gets off a little for 2-10 seconds and then it's back to... (4 replies)
... You might want to research Paroxysmal supraventricular tachycardia (PSVT) and see if the symptoms match up with what you experience. With PSVT, the beginning of an episode can begin with a pause in the heartbeat, with or without the feeling of passing out, followed by strong, fast beats. If your heart is not misbehaving at the time of the EKG, then, in most cases,... (3 replies)
... I started having what seemed like panic attacks. The first time this happened I never thought to check my pulse during, but it felt like something hit me in my chest and I got really dizzy and gasped really heart. Then my heart rate went up really high. ... (3 replies)

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