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... ns in left arm in different places, didnt occur at once. Sometimes it would be left elbow, sometimes left forearm, sometimes left wrist, sporadic and short lived as well. Got an EKG, it was normal. ... (0 replies)
... ncreased along with chest pains. I have awoken in the middle of the night to use the restroom only to be stopped dead in my tracks by my own body. My heart felt as if it was almost struggling to beat. The beats were SLOW, HARD beats. ... (2 replies)
... y equivalent of "full sprint" on the bike, my heart rate got up to 185 bpm and my cardiologist said it was SVT. The weird thing is that I had no symptoms. I felt as if I could keep riding no problem. ... (12 replies)

... eclampsia during my labor. Because of this, I was told by my doctor to check my blood pressure regularly at home as well as during my OB visits while I was pregnant with my second child. ... (7 replies)
... Doctors do not usually speak of "water on the heart." The closest possibility is known as a "pericardial effusion." I bet what was meant is a pericardial effusion. ... (2 replies)
... I have had this happen to me. I had these same symptoms as you, and when I would bend forward to pick something up from the floor, I'd had a sharp pain in my chest. It went away a day or two later. ... (1 replies)
... When I used to become weak and close to fainting I would immediately get into my recliner, cool down, and rest and relax, so as to not put any more stress on my heart. ... (4 replies)
... It depends. If you only have short attacks and they stop by themselves, then all you would need is the anticoagulant such as aspirin. ... (1 replies)
... ith plaque or the valves could be damaged etc. A cardiologist could be consulted. I would avoid tobacco in all forms, alcohol, chemicals food additives and sugar as these can damage or clog the body systems. ... (5 replies)
Jul 20, 2012
... for increased enzymes. Pineapple contains bromalaine useful as a blood thinner and some people use it as a substitue for heparin and in my thinking would probably be much safer than plavix. ... (5 replies)
Bypass surgery
Jun 27, 2012
... our sternal and leg incisions should gradually improve. The development of any swelling, redness, or increased tenderness should be reported to your local doctor as soon as possible. ... (4 replies)
... So several days ago I had to go to the emergency room as I was completely unable to breathe. The doctors did some tests and at first sent me to trauma as my EKG was completely haywire. ... (2 replies)
... VERY fast and I can feel it around the chest area and even in my throat. I can feel it constantly whilst the attack is happening although it's more uncomfortable as I breathe in. I do get slighlty light headed as well but I think that's to do with the fear. No chest pains. ... (21 replies)
... You don't have any breathing problems, or shortness of breath, or labored breathing, so that is a good sign, IMHO. I am as confused as you. I have heart failure and heart rhythm problems, am 70, and can only compare your situation to mine. ... (8 replies)
... Well as soon as I started loosing the weight, my blood pressure started dropping. ... (2 replies)
... Hi Ashleylove. I do feel my heart beating most of the time unless I have my mind occupied on something else. Again, for me, body movements such as bending, twisting, leaning over, laying on my back especially, but also laying on either my right or left side. ... (8 replies)
... e suffer of these darn benign pvcs, I guess benign not so benign for my mental stability. I have had over the last 20 years stress test, echoes, ekgs, blood work as well as at least 8 24 holier monitors. The last monitor i did stated I believe 384 pvcs 50 pacs and some couplets. ... (8 replies)
Heart issie
Mar 2, 2012
... on't drink any alcohol or smoke, at least I haven't drank or smoked for around 35 years. I have had numerous ekgs, holter monitors, echos, blood work, tilt table as well as the EPS study, which is similar to having a heart catherization. ... (13 replies)
... olive leaf extract etc. High protein diet and no junk or food with preservatives. I would definitely recommend looking outside the square as at least now I think we may be getting somewhere. My daughters symptoms ware worse for the first 3 months, now more up and down but seem to be improving. ... (4 replies)
... Of course, it's all just my theories and opinions, as I'm no doctor, but this sounds very similar to what I experience during just extreme episodes of anxiety. ... (3 replies)

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