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... There is such thing as cardiogenic asthma, where the asthma is cardiac in origin. I'm not so sure this is what you have though since you only have a heart murmur, but I'd keep it in mind. ... (10 replies)
... I also had an issue with heart palpitations. I did read that some of the side effects of our meds may cause this. I had to wear a heart monitor for 24 hours and they confirmed that I had them. I also had to take a treadmill test and thankfully my heart is fine. ... (7 replies)
... I have had asthma for 10 yrs. now. I am 47 now. I am right now only on singulair. I have had episodes of heart palpitations and a former Dr. told me asthma can trigger this. Is this true? ... (7 replies)

... coughing and heart palpitations in response to laughing and crying. ... (10 replies)
... h as the adrenalin gland, shoot up to 50 different chemicals into the system, such as adrenalin. These chemicals can have an effect on the heart, such as causing palpitations or other types of misfirings. ... (10 replies)
... I too suffer from heart palpitations. I dunno if it's the asthma or the meds or both. ... (7 replies)
... Look at the thread I just posted about low potassium. It's very treatable, and heart palpitations are a symptom of low potassium. Asthma meds can cause low potassium. ... (7 replies)
... The main symptom of asthma is difficult or labored or restricted breathing. ... (1 replies)
Asthma Uncertainty
Dec 24, 2014
... d always just gone away fairly quickly, so I left it alone and assumed it would pass. After three or four weeks, it hadn't got better, and I was starting to have heart palpitations, which made me really panicky. I went to the doctor, she took an ECG and a blood test of some kind and the results came back fine. ... (3 replies)
... I go to school in a coastal area, and it's great because I hardly have any trouble with asthma when I'm there, and I hardly ever use my albuterol inhaler! it's great. ... (0 replies)
... do any of you get heart palpitations with your asthma. I tend to get those and wonder if it's asthma related. ... (6 replies)
... sleep with the feeling that I had pneumonia. I sat up and tried to breath but I felt like I couldnt get a good breath in. I went into a panic and started having heart palpitations ect ect and felt like I couldnt breath all night. It happened the next two nights. ... (1 replies)
... Hi, I wanted to ask a question regarding palpitations too. ... (10 replies)
... y current meds, but I was on protonix until about a week ago. The past few days they seem to be subsiding somewhat. So now I am curious what has caused them. The asthma or maybe the protonix. I guess if they go away completely I would have to say the protonix. But if not, then it would have to be something with the asthma. Odd. ... (7 replies)
... Feels like mild asthma symptoms with mucus, in addition to my usual sinus and allergy problems. ... (3 replies)
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... yeah its true. they say some of the asthma medication can actually cause the palpitations. but also can be directly linked to the asthma itself. ... (7 replies)
... When your asthma is playing up your heart has to work harder to get enough oxygen around your body, therefore when your asthma is bad your heart rate will go up, also all the salbutamol ad stuff will increase your heart rate. ... (10 replies)
Testing for Asthma
Jan 16, 2008
... sounds like gerd and maybe post nasal drip/allergies (4 replies)
... and my lungs bronchial tubes shrivelled up like I've never felt!! I had an asthma attack. After some temperary meds, my parents inherited the kittens, and I was back to normal. ... (4 replies)

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