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... test. I used to run competitively and used to love to exercise. However, about 4 years ago I developed a problem with the Eustachian tube in one ear. Whenever my heart rate gets really high, it pops open and I have a hard time getting it to close up again. Sometimes it takes me over a month to get the ear back to normal. ... (2 replies)
... feeling well. I had tingling in my arms and hands but I put I ignored it. Then about three days later I was feeling really bad. The symptoms were worse. I have a heart rate monitor that they gave out at work so I decided to check my pulse with it. ... (3 replies)
... 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. ... (4 replies)

... last year when potassium bottomed out just prior to a total bowel obstruction. I had an EKG done yesterday and it suggested a couple of issues. One was abnormal heart beat. My heart beat the right amount of beats, but there's a skip sometimes. ... (0 replies)
... my pulse is usually around 90BPM, but with the aforementioned factors it usually goes anywhere as high as 140BPM. With physical exertion my pulse will return to normal after I stop and rest, and with marijuana my pulse normalizes once the high wears off. ... (1 replies)
... o female with no past medical history except anxiety and depression. Have some questions about this chest pain, and I hate to say pain, because it's more of an annoying sensation. ... (2 replies)
... o female. No past medical history with the exception of anxiety and depression. I just had a question regarding chest pain. ... (1 replies)
... Yesterday I noticed that my heart rate was lower at about lower 80s but I wasn't too concerned. Today I realized that my heart rate has gone to as low as 74. ... (0 replies)
... I previously was on Metoprolol ER 25mg twice a day, very little side effects after the first few adjustment days. Felt it worked very well. I had normal BP to begin with, but was put on Beta Blockers due to a sudden onset of PACs and Tachycardia. ... (9 replies)
... is an ideal rate and perfectly normal. Below 50 may indicate sinus bradycardia or an extremely atheletic person. ... (3 replies)
... I don't think they will give you a stress test just because you think your heart rate is too fast while you're walking. ... (1 replies)
... I am fairly active, Bike to work and rollerblade a lot. When I run on a treadmill I start to get chest pain about 15 minutes into the run. If I slow down I'm able to run through this and the chest pain goes away. ... (5 replies)
Chest pain
Sep 12, 2011
... cold feeling across the top of my chest. Reading up on heart issues I was giving myself a bit of anxiety. ... (1 replies)
... My resting heart rate is in the high 90's to lower 100's and it speeds up to 130 just by walking around. ... (2 replies)
... i told the doctors all of this and they thought it was the coke because of the heart pulse it induces, but the pain remained after and the more i thought of it i remembered that 5 days before the partying i had chest discomfort without being under any kind of influence. ... (2 replies)
... I've had similar experiences. The ER trips with rapid heart rate with chest and head discomfort screams panic attack to me, which are a well known cause of palpitations. ... (6 replies)
... Its not really any sharp pain or anything, and its not really all the time .. Just once in a while. ... (7 replies)
... pectoral area. Sometimes on the right or center. Do not have rapid heart rate, dizziness, nausea, etc. ... (0 replies)
... but today I went on a bike ride with a friend and my heart rate was out of control from the start. I swear it felt MUCH higher than 200, I got very nervous too which probably made it worse. ... (3 replies)
... At 22 it's unlikely to be a common type of heart disease, although the symptoms you describe would fit some with heart disease, maybe a smoker, in their 60's or 70's, and with a poor exercise performance. I can't see how that can apply to you. ... (12 replies)

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