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... Thanks for your answer. I hope you feel good now, it is not nice being in the hospital. ... (21 replies)
... that I have had that symptom for a long time, but no one has ever said that they have it. ... (3 replies)
... never had any major health issues before, I was active and healthy. I was doing a lot of cardio on the ship, I would bike and run a lot, usually 5 days a week for about an hour each day. ... (4 replies)

... I'm a hypochondriac and 30 years old. I'm more or less in good shape although I haven't performed any regular exercise other than walking the last 3 months. ... (2 replies)
... For a teenager with normal blood test results, a heart problem is basically impossible. And if you did have one, you would probably have symptoms like severe fatigue with any activity. ... (3 replies)
... I have blood work every 3 months for thyroid, I am still good and no change in that med thanks goodness. I have been on thyroid for 16 years. Dr. ... (21 replies)
... I took it three times a day for at least ten years. I didn't have any problems with coughing on Verapamil, but we are all different. ... (21 replies)
... Thank you all for your answers. For those who have similar symptoms, I found 2 possible diagnosis that I will discuss with my doctor on tuesday. The good news is that both of them can cause tachycardia on exercise, but are not life threatening, although they are quite annoying. ... (21 replies)
... Well here is two things to throw at you to think about. There is a condition out there called autonomic dysfunction. It can cause rapid heart rates with things such as standing. Essentially it is a dysfunction that happens with hormones causing changes in how the body reacts. ... (3 replies)
... Are you following many of the guidelines for avoiding asthma problems? ... (8 replies)
Heart Failure
Nov 7, 2004
... Thanks for your response but I'm not so sure I was kidding about giving up on the doctors. ... (21 replies)
... I'm a 21 year old male athlete. I am fit now, but was obese as a younger child. I highly suspect I have some kind of metabolic disorder, but that is really besides the point. ... (2 replies)
... I am a statistically healthy 33 year old male, 160lb. Meaning I dont and have never smoked, dont drink anymore, and have good chelesterol and tris, and exercise most days. ... (0 replies)
... im not really sure if its a heart disorder but recently doing even the simplest of tasks is leaving me really out of breath. im not the fittest of people but im in pretty good shape and even climbing up some stairs is leaving me gasping for breath. ... (1 replies)
Svt?
Feb 22, 2005
... I can have triggers such as exercise, caffine, anxiety, even stretching or climbing the stairs. ... (4 replies)
... I am short of breath when this happens. I went to the doctor and he said it sounded like ectopic heartbeat and ordered me a halter monitor and I had to wear it for 24hrs he said he would get back to me when the results came in. That was almost a week ago and so I've taken the mentality that no news is good news. ... (1 replies)
... Your blood pressure is very good and there is a correlation with heart rate and bp. Generally a higher HR increases BP and lower HR decrease BP. ... (3 replies)
... When the heart is under stress, or irritation, or damage, it causes increases in hormones, such as adrenalin, which can increase already higher feelings of stress and anxiety. ... (20 replies)
... ike somebody "squeezing your heart" or pain starts going to your left arm shoulder or jaw, then take some immediate action unless it stops a couple minutes after climbing the stairs. If you get the latter scenario, arrang for a doctor's visit soon. ... (5 replies)
... on the block. I just joined this forum, but I've been online for a very long time. Oh...I'm a 57 year old male. ... (8 replies)


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