... Hi there!
I'm wondering if you could please provide an update on your situation and if your event recorder picked up anything?
I'm asking because the symptoms you described, I am having the exact same ones except I am 37, female and my symptoms have been brought on by exercise and also just a regular work day. My EKG's have all been normal, Blood work is normal, I had a... (1 replies)
... For the last few years I have had a flutter in my chest, a pounding heartbeat (especially after I eat) and at times I feel like my heart is flipping or jumping. Sometimes my heart beat is normal and sometimes I feel it skip a beat. I have always had normal EKG's and last year I had a normal Holter Monitor with PVC's. Any suggestions? :angel: tiff-cher (0 replies)
... Recently I was diagnosed with PVCs. The symptoms are the fluttery feeling in the chest that takes your breath away, makes me a little dizzy, and scares the crap out of me. I have been advised they are harmless. ... (0 replies)
... I've been having a rapid heart rate off and on for a few weeks now. I've hade some labs done, a chest X-ray, and two ekgs and the only thing that came back abnormal was my ferritin levels were low so I've been taking iron for the past 2.5 weeks. I went to urgent care since my heart rate spike up to 160. It did go down but stayed in the 115-125 range and felt weird. That's... (0 replies)
... weeks ago I've got a weird feeling in my chest and I measured my heart rate in my neck. My heart rhythm was all over the place. Several weirdly timed beats in a row. I coughed and it stopped. ... (1 replies)
... So I went home and went to sleep and woke up the next morning with a fast heart rate. I still had pain in my back and chest still kept feeling the overwhelming feeling of panic and doom. I also started vomiting and had diarrhea. ... (3 replies)
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... Hello Henn66
Yes, I have the Reveal Linq ICM. I am with you in wanting to know what it is recording. At first, it drove me crazy, not knowing what it was saying. When My Dr. put it in, it moved to the right side of my chest, instead of above my heart. We are not sure yet if it is even recording anything. I'm waiting on that call that says I have to come back and have... (7 replies)
... I go into it. I know you have concerns about your Hubby going into it, but to let you know, Afib isn't very serious and most can live with it.Unless He is having chest pains, it is not really sometime to go to the ER. Right now I am not on any meds for it. ... (7 replies)
... n it records, it would be hard for it to know He is in Afib. If He doesn't have the assist, the videos says keep a log of when He feels He is having a high HR or chest pain. Log the time and what He was doing at the time. Then tell your Dr. your next appt. or call and they will be able to pull up the time and look at it. ... (7 replies)
... If the complex electrical signals flowing thru the heart have issues then you can have palpitations, PACs, PVCs, Atrial Fibrillation or flutter, tachycardia, pauses, skipped beats, and even a normal heartbeat with or without symptoms of irregular heart rhythm.
The very first thing a competent doctor should do when faced with a patient with heart symptoms would be to do... (9 replies)
... What is the difference between the heartbeat and heart rhythm? No, I have never had an EKG. I have always had a very healthy heart, so there has been no need for one.
Do you think there's a possibility that this is an anxiety-induced feeling? When I feel it, it comes with a wave of panic, like the fight-or-flight impulse, and I feel like I need to run. It's very weird. like a... (9 replies)
... Palpitations effect the heartbeat. If your heart beats regularly then you might not be suffering from palpitations, but with problems with your heart's rhythm. An EKG would quickly detect any problems with either the heart's beat, or with the heart's rhythm.
There are many things that can cause the heart to misfire, like caffeine, too much sugar in the diet, allergies,... (9 replies)
... The thing is, my heart rate wasn't elevated. It was going at a normal, regular speed.
I went to see the nurse today and she said I was fine physically, by recommended I see someone for my anxiety. I normally do see a therapist, but there's been a short break.
I know she said she's not worried about my heart, so I shouldn't worry, but I still am!! (9 replies)
... yes, if your heart was quickening you would definitely feel it in your pulse. (9 replies)
... I did take my pulse obsessively yesterday. And I even took it during one of the waves, and it didn't feel abnormal. If I were having palpitations, would I feel them in my pulse? Heart stuff terrifies me, because I'm worried I'm going to drop dead at any moment. (9 replies)
... I am feeling a bit better today. I woke up and then remembered it, and had the feeling again. It went away for awhile though. I'm 20, and I'm College, so I went to see my college nurse. She wasn't worried at all about it, but had me sign up to see a therapist. I went back to Dr. Google (I know...) and it said palpitations that occur more than 6 a minute are dangerous. I had... (9 replies)
... How are you feeling today, Charlotte? And how old are you? (9 replies)
... COugh very hard and it should take care of it. Palpatations during stress are normal. And in females, often hormone driven or related. (9 replies)
... inducing incident, that resulted in severe fluttery chest feelings. Now, for the past 8 hours, they have been coming and going in waves. It feels like a big rush of adrenaline and lasts for a couple seconds. ... (9 replies)