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Troponin Confusion
Jun 30, 2015
... Last night after work I was taken to the E.R. with chest pain and tightness. ... (0 replies)
... Alright, so just at the end of August last year I've been having these..... And I've gone to the ER three times regarding it. Every time they throw me on an ekg, and say "you're fine" but I've never had these before and they're scary. They're like a construction right in the middle of the chest, and they only last a second, sometimes varying on intensity. They've caused me to... (0 replies)
Sick of PVCs
Jun 22, 2015
... icate to speed it up. I can feel them within minutes of eating ice cream.....the sugar. Yuck! I DO get how annoying and scary it is when you just about feel your chest shake from a bad one. Gotta get regular check ups to make sure nothing is wrong with your ticker. Hugs! ... (4 replies)

... that being in a moving car, not a stationary one, my heart starts to race, I'm calm as a clam, NO ANXIETY, falling asleep, but there will be this pressure on my chest like my blood is being pulled into my feet, and my heart will stay in the 100s. ... (1 replies)
... Initial EKG showed sinus tachycardia with nonspecific ST-segment changes. A repeat EKG this morning now shows significant T-wave inversions in leads V1 through V3. There is also late R-wave progression in her initial EKG. Her initial troponin was elevated at 0.19 and is now downtrending to 0.14 with an associated CK-MB of 5.5. An echocardiogram today shows borderline LV... (0 replies)
... I've been having PVCs since my early 20's I am now 55. They have been a lot worse lately so I'm going back to the dr, wearing the holter moniter right now, I think this is the sixth time. My PVCs get worse when I'm not active or when my stomach is upset, I tend to burp more when I have them. Does anybody else have this problem? (8 replies)
... So earlier today, I had this pinching feeling in the left side of my chest. It only lasted about a minute before going away. A little backstory on me. I am a 29 year old male, 6'0", 378 pounds. I was diagnosed with stage 1 hypertension in January 2012 and have been trying to lose weight since. At my heaviest, I was 407 pounds. I still have stage 1 hypertension despite... (0 replies)
New here ...
Jun 10, 2015
... g because she was already at my sister's house to babysit her grand daughter. She woke up one morning and noticed her left foot was swollen. And she was having chest pain for few days ago but she thought she had gas. ... (4 replies)
... ng over , and sitting . Which all put pressure on the vagal nerve and in turn causes your heart to start misfiring . I can assure you that as long as you have no chest pains or shortness of breath , they are not serious ! ... (8 replies)
... each 30 and older. It is nothingt to worry about. I am sure many of the cardio doctors have told you this over the years, this won't change unless you are having chest pains, then that would be a heart call. I even have them, had bypass, aortic valve replaced, and have them on occassion. Nothing to them. ... (8 replies)
... I have low iron. I have every symptom that comes with it. Almost all the symptoms have gone away except for weakness, short of breath and rapid heart rate when I try to brush my hair, shower, clean, fold laundry basically anything that requires use of my arms or any type of fast exertion. How long until the rapid heart rate/tachycardia goes away? 3 months? a year?. So far I... (4 replies)
... Hello all. I am an OCD and GAD sufferer. I, as many other people who have these disorders experience heart palpitations. I've had them for many years now; I've had ECGs, stress tests, holter monitor (twice), echocardiography... All clear, just PACs and PVCs. After some time, I more or less came to terms with it, accepted that these palpitations do happen and are benign. Last... (8 replies)
... 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... (2 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... (7 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... (2 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)

Associated Tags: anemic, anxiety, fluttering, heart, hypochondriac, pulmonary hypertension, sleep apnea, tachycardia

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