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... shaking all over,sweating from head to toe,heart going nuts,weak as you can imagine,I couldnt barely move. ... (14 replies)
... ce a month for me. If I had went to the ER everytime I had an attack they would have had to name a wing after me. Luckily for me, some of the attacks went away as fast as they came. My medication dosage was increased after every major attack and that seemed to make matters worse for me as well. ... (8 replies)
... ce a month for me. If I had went to the ER everytime I had an attack they would have had to name a wing after me. Luckily for me, some of the attacks went away as fast as they came. My medication dosage was increased after every major attack and that seemed to make matters worse for me as well. ... (8 replies)

... ve probably had them for quite awhile but nearly all people do have irregular heartbeats from time to time. Some people are more sensitive to them than others. As unbelievable as it sounds, some would truly never notice, as your doctor said. ... (7 replies)
Gastro or heart?
May 19, 2005
... of my body that was in the up position, is where the pain concentrated, and that when laying on my stomach, that I felt gas or air bubbles rise over my kidneys, as well as the pain being concentrated in my back. ... (6 replies)
My ongoing pain
May 11, 2005
... rritated, the misfiring gets worse and may result in more forceful and uncomfortable beats. There are also some irritants that cause worse misfiring than others. As the misfiring of the heart gets worse, it also gets more dangerous. ... (7 replies)
... i was treated last may/04 for atrial fib and flutter. after 6mos, my cardiologist said i had normal sinus rhythm after wearing a 30 day monitor. still i had episodes of dizziness, weakness, and near fainting. after a bad episode (i have 2-3 a week), they sent me by ambulance from out town to the u of m because our hospt. tested me and said i had 2nd degree heartblock (mobitz... (7 replies)
... Sometimes the sinus node, as well as the AV node, doesn't work properly. Different combinations of supraventricular arrhythmias, both slow and fast, are produced on an intermittent basis. ... (7 replies)
... as you know, too much isn't good. Try to eat more fish and less red meat as well. ... (17 replies)
... I have since found out this is very good for palpatations and I go no where without it now, as it helps a lot. ... (9 replies)
... ot having one since I have had one all my life! But I can tell you several other things about them! First of all having a pacemaker doesn't mean you are disabled as some people seem to think! ... (19 replies)
... I will try to outline as much as I can. ... (2 replies)
... changing, and it also runs in my family, as my father and his father have both had heart attacks in the past. ... (3 replies)
Need assurance
Jun 5, 2004
... times when my palps are worse, so I get on the board to read about the "millions" of others who have them, and this brings me great comfort. Please bear with me as I recount my past and current situations, and then give me encouragement. ... (3 replies)
... and found the adenoma. I am far from healthy and normal as I was before but I'm on medication for 3 years now and I'm doing good. ... (55 replies)
... after you talk to the cardio and he gives you a reason to. I am now almost 30 weeks pregnant with my 6th and will be 36 in December. I had to wear a 24hr monitor as well as have numerous blood test back in April. I kept feeling my heart flutter like it was skipping beats and my pulse felt very high. ... (3 replies)
... ow and I am stalling, thinking I should feel a lot sicker before subjecting myself to a major procedure like that since many, many people have digestive problems as a result of the surgery! Consensus is that the major pain attack in June was caused by a stone that was attempting to escape from the GB. ... (4 replies)
... Like a heart attack, angina pain can involve the chest, neck, jaw, shoulders, arms and back, but it is relieved quickly by rest, or sometimes by medications such as nitroglycerine, and no permanent heart damage occurs. ... (5 replies)
... About 15 minutes later, as the headache grew in intensity, my upper jaw began to hurt, right at the point where the lower jaw hinges with the upper jaw. ... (4 replies)
... at times very infrequently through out the day as in comparison to feeling them very pronounced one after the other continuously all day as before while on the meds. However, my rhythm is not going back to normal on its own. Does it usually take a long time? ... (2 replies)




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