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... nittany , your response is interesting . I suffer from pvc's and have been told by a cardiologist to not worry , they are harmless. ... (10 replies)
... ll happen every once in a while, but I have yet to find out what it is. What will happen is it seems my heart starts to beat harder or somehow offbeat, as I can feel it pound in my chest, for about 5 seconds. ... (0 replies)
... chest area, you can feel your heart do a cartwheel, and you get lightheaded. From what I read, a PVC is actually an extra heartbeat, but it does feel like your heart skips a beat and the next beat is really hard to make up for the skipped beat. ... (18 replies)

... Luvdpuk, what you describe with your heartbeats is exactly how I would describe mine, and your doctor and mine concur. ... (10 replies)
What should i do??
Jan 19, 2006
... Is it like you feel your heart skips a beat, because that's what i feel. i just had tests done and the doctor seems to think everything is OK. If you do a search you will find many people suffer these small heart problems.also maybe to put your mind at ease you should consider seeing a cardiologist. ... (1 replies)
... No, palpitations are frequently not in an even rhythm. PVCs and PACs occur when your heart skips a beat or adds an extra beat or two. Your heart may then stop itself for a second to reset itself back into its normal rhythm. ... (26 replies)
... Hope you had a great weekend! ... (10 replies)
... Thank you for your reply, I truly appreciated it.... ... (10 replies)
... can you please tell me how you are feeling, wether your problem has gotten better and or is completly gone..... ... (10 replies)
... simplegirl, I know exactly what you mean. When I was describing my sensation to a friend, I used similar terms. I told him it feels like that quick burst of panic you get when you are on a flight of stairs and you trip. ... (10 replies)
... feel my pulse at the time it does it i can feel it stop beating then start again, and it makes me feel kinda sweaty and weak depending on how bad the skip is and if its just one or multiples in a row. ... (10 replies)
... Hi all. In the past few weeks I have had several instances in which I suddenly feel a very odd sensation in my chest. I can't explain it exactly. It is a strange feeling, almost like being queasy, and it begins in my chest and sort of radiates up my throat. It is always accompanied by a sense of dread. ... (10 replies)
... If this is your first time experiencing this stuff, I would see your doctor so they can run routine tests just to rule out serious causes. ... (6 replies)
... now the first 2 times it happened it was quite severe, which triggered a panic attack.. and other times they come in small mini episodes of it, which leaves me sometimes a little breathless. ... (1 replies)
Esophagus or heart
Oct 29, 2004
... heart disease. I do know that a hiatal hernia can do a lot of damage to the esophagus, from allowing stomach acid to "backflow" from the stomach into the esophagus, and cause GERD. ... (2 replies)
... months. I noticed an increase in my heart beats, but it seemed that would be neccessary to rev up the metabolism. ... (0 replies)
... getting very scared about my heart. Well, once again, I've had this heart condition for over 40 years, I get runs of them, have had them every other beat for a couple of days, and again I'm here. ... (60 replies)
... Sounds a lot like what I have going on. ... (1 replies)
... I've been dealing with Supra Venticular Tachacardia for 4yrs now. Which is basically heart palpatations. Everyone has them, just some people more than others. ... (4 replies)
... Bending forward is just another form of VALSALVA where the bodily organs compress the heart and lungs. In the sensisitve it might provoke some irregular beating, PVC's, "heart skipping. ... (8 replies)




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