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... Gastric Problems mimic heart issues so it would not be uncommon for someone with Gerd to have feelings that might feel like it was heart related. ... (3 replies)
... I've been having PVCs since my early 20's I am now 55. They have been a lot worse lately so I'm going back to the dr, wearing the holter moniter right now, I think this is the sixth time. My PVCs get worse when I'm not active or when my stomach is upset, I tend to burp more when I have them. Does anybody else have this problem? (8 replies)
... echocardiography... All clear, just PACs and PVCs. After some time, I more or less came to terms with it, accepted that these palpitations do happen and are benign. Last year however, a "new" type of palpitation appeared. ... (8 replies)

... It's the weirdest thing I've ever gone through. When I was having the panic attacks I'd always get cold right before it happened and my heart would start palpitating pretty badly, almost to the point where I thought I might pass out. Ever since I've lightened up on the food I haven't had another one but it's very annoying/discouraging to still be having these palpitations.... (3 replies)
... I feel your "pain" or should I see rapid heart beat! About 7 months ago I just started having heart palpitations out of no where. Sometimes it would last for days. My normal heart rate is around 65, but when this occurs I get up to around 110. Feels like I am dying. ... (14 replies)
... hat have persisted daily and will not stop. I have no other symptoms other then occassional fatigue spells but I have dealt with this for years, even before the palpitations began. ... (18 replies)
... Before taking the prilosec i was slowly developing inability to sleep and started getting heavy night time palps. i experience rapid fast heart palpitations when i wake up at night to use the restroom. this palps would continue on into the morning. ... (8 replies)
... Please could someone offer me any advice as to what they might believe might be the cause for my symptoms? ... (6 replies)
... It is probably a side effect of the atenelol. Atenelol messes around with the timing of the heart. Unfortunately, some things that you eat or drink can cause a chemical interaction with the atenelol. ... (16 replies)
... should be about 2 cups of food comfortably at least. A person should feel comfortably full and not overstuffed. Overeating contributes to GERD in my opinion because the overstuffed stomach then allows the acids to come up the esophagus a bit particularly if the digestive valve no longer works correctly. ... (6 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)
... sent and I'm still having strange chest sensations. Sometimes its pressure in the center of my chest, other times its on the left and rarely its on the right. It can be tightness, fullness, sharp pain, burning or a combination of them all. ... (3 replies)
... stressful circumstances. I'm 28, 5'11", about 145 lbs. No medications and no lifestyle changes that would cause any of this. ... (12 replies)
... When my heart failure was worse I had difficulty breathing when bending down to tie my shoe. Now I can tie my shoe without any breathing problems. ... (27 replies)
Getting despondent
Jul 13, 2005
... But I don't want to discourage you from having the heart workup either, because peace of mind is priceless! I can kind of relate, because I began with the G.I. ... (14 replies)
... of peripartum cardiomyopathy. It is not causing the symptoms that I went to the dr. for to begin with. In fact, it's not something that has gotten bad enough to cause any symptoms at all. ... (5 replies)
... one. The result was my CPK levels were though the roof and the docs swore that I had a major muscle injury caused by muscle being crushed or something similar to cause the extremely high CPK levels, they pumped me full of fluids for the next 24 hours and released me the next day. ... (12 replies)
... Hi, Typing from the UK and new to the board so apologies if this is long. Currently taking diltiazim and GTN spray for possible angina (only medicated for past 2 weeks). stress ECG showed no abnormalities but only got to 85% max heart rate (dunno if I should have got to 100 - using bruce protocol). Don't get much chest pain that hasn't been attriuted to reflux but do get... (2 replies)

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