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Avatar n tn I am 25 yr old Male with no symptoms except what I describe below. Three things in particular - exercise, heavy food and alcohol can cause my heart to beat rapidly for a couple of hours before returning to "normal". Two years ago I had the full works - Blood tests, 2 EKGs, Echo, 24hr Holter Monitor and Exercise Stress Test. Two Cardiologists looked at the results and neither were concerned.
Avatar n tn I used to be overweight (250 lbs) and have never watched what I eat, don't exercise, etc. My grandparents died of heart disease and I am scared. Why has my heart rate not returned to normal naturally? What about the early symptoms I had?
Avatar f tn Good point. Yes, the subject of reliability should differentiate arrhythmia from heart dimensions, structure, and diseases, and that may not have been done here. Better evaluation with other testing procedures for heart disorders exclusive of rhythm maladies. "Healthy people who take the test are at very little risk. It's about the same as if they walk fast or jog up a big hill. Medical professionals should be present in case something unusual happens during the test.
Avatar n tn I think---And I am no expert----If you smoke on a regular basis at all--which you do---It will show up. Also, if you die of a nicotine related disease.......they will not pay the claim. You really shouldn't try to lie on something like that for this reason. nauty................
Avatar m tn this is completely normal for everyone, try not pay too much attention to it or it will make you think something is wrong, and it can make your heart rate higher by worrying,i get this in the morning especially after breaky, its normal but a pain, my thumps harder and and faster
Avatar n tn I had a stress echo which revealed that the PR interval did the wrong thing as exercise increased (it either got longer or shorter..whichever is not normal, sorry I forgot!). Long story short, I eventually had an ablation for AVNRT which the doctor said was very easily inducible. He said it got up to 220 during the procedure. After three months since the procedure, I have felt absolutely no improvement. Sorry for all of that information, but my question is; what could this possibly be?
712042 tn?1254572809 I have my moments where silly minimal exertion brings on chest tightness and slams me up against the wall! It's all about exertion and stressors. To my women friends-pay attention to your symptoms and keep written track of them. To doctors in primary care and speciality care, consider this diagnosis in your patients when otherwise healthy people present with vague cardiac type complaints but always shortness of breath and chest tightness with exertion.
Avatar m tn I can't even really find a correlation between caffeine/alcohol and them (although I never consume anything caffeinated). I exercise regularly. And I never experience them when exercising. However, when I do get the PVCs, they come every other beat or almost every other beat non-stop for hours. This bigeminy and trigeminy always occurs in the evening, sometime around 7 or 8 as I'm settling down from dinner and a trip to the gym.
Avatar n tn I don't know about you but I don't have money to waste BUT in the same breath I would pay dearly to have a cure/improvement. It's a vulnerable place to be regardless. I hadn't really heard much about the association between iodine and fibrocystic breast disease - so I did a quick search at my Uni's library (we get access to top journal articles etc that you normal require a subscription to view). Anyways it seems to be a widely researched topic - thanks for that, I learn't something new!
Avatar n tn It did seem to stop the PACs though, but I really didn't feel like exercise. I went back to my doctors and they gave me another prescription for propranolol 10mg, 3 times a day. I've been on that for about 6 months now and feel great. The PACs are few and far between, my heart rate is at about 70 bpm, and I feel about as energetic as ever.
Avatar n tn While I don't advocate ignoring a doctor's advice if you have a life-threatening condition, I do suggest you not be lazy and complacent. Take control of your life and body. Eat right and exercise. As for my exercise program I've developed for myself ... Do things your comfortable with and can afford. "It's not a diet, its a lifestyle change". For me it was doing military things ... push-ups, sit-ups, squats, and pull-ups along with a curl bar.
Avatar m tn It feels totally different than exercise induced fast heart rates. They start and stop suddenly which it sounds like your heart eases down from the high rate. You would also likely feel dizzy and light headed if you were in svt. Since you don't it is likely something else. That said, the fact that your stress test noticed irregular beats and slow beats you may want to get an EKG and echocardiogram done to check the health of your heart in general.
Avatar dr m tn - (that is here defined as using a single antiviral agent that is not protected against resistance development by its combo with an IFN/riba component (IFN by definition in this scenario is not sufficiently effective in reducing viral replication so that all the burden to tame the adaptive quasispecies evolution falls on the antiviral)) together with the 61% and 65% SVR rates for the latest triple modality in Geno 1s, have raised concern and the awareness for the need for alternate/additional
Avatar n tn I can move mountains, walk fast, exercise, mow the lawn, and when the kids were young go up so many stairs at the water parks it wasn’t funny and nothing, never got AF when doing those physical things and NEVER got chest pains or fainted. That even goes for the times I was in AF, never chest pains or fainted. Yet on a cruise I got it on the ship. SOOOO much food, gut not used to it? I ask what do you think? I can go months without it or get it 3 times in one week.
1554262 tn?1374243601 Hello DeBug, Welcome to the Pain Management Forum. I am so sorry to hear about your attacks of sudden severe chest pain. The obvious first thought is cardiac. The pain doesn't have to be exactly over your heart or on the left side.....however drinking cold water should not relieve cardiac symptoms. If anything it should make it worse. But I am far from an expert. So I cannot say for certain that it is not cardiac. It's possible it is a gastrointestinal problem.
Avatar n tn And one more thing don't let anybody tell you that they are dangerous during exercise/walking/jogging. If you have otherwise a healthy heart the Cardiologist told me "PVC's during exercise will NOT kill you". Lots of times I have them when I walk real fast for exercise, and lots of times I don't have them. I used to turn around an hurry back to my car. NO MORE! I will not let these PVC's ruining my life. Good luck to you!
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Avatar n tn While in college, it got to the point where my heart rate would near 250-280 bpm and I would pass out (syncope) - this was usually exercise induced or would come a result of doing something suddenly - sneezing, a quick sprint, running down the stairs, coughing, etc. During a softball game I passed out because of an episode (I usually had large attacks a few times a year). My heart rate was 280 bpm and after it subsided my blood pressure was 150/130.
Avatar m tn I have had eppiditimitis for 45 day now. It started in my right testicle, I was on cipro for 10 days 500mg 2 daily. It then came back to my left testicle 4 days after I was done the meds. I was then put on cipro for 14 days same dose and it did nothing. I was then put on 1000 mg 2 daily of cipro, made it to day 6, my face, scalp and palms of hands broke out with painful lumps that ruptured. I've seen 4 different doctors been to emergency once and have had a ultrasound done.
Avatar f tn I was born with the ability to belch and have always taken if for granted, that I had any gas to expel I did so when ever I wanted. Has anybody suffered arrythmias or uncomfortable slow/fast heart rates coinciding with the build up of gas?
1647691 tn?1363727302 He also decided that because they didn't officially retrieve any eggs it doesn't count as a full cycle so the insurance company will pay again. He wants all to grow more closely together. I think they grew so fast because I was secretly taking the DHEA pills. Anyways I am scheduled for a baseline on Monday. Hopefully, my follicles can grow by themselves without me taking any secret medication. Great quotes ladies.
Avatar n tn Maybe if your doc gets something in the mail from them they might pay a little more attention to this matter and get to the bottom of this for us.
Avatar n tn I feel like these doctors look at all of us like sheep with dollar $igns on our foreheads, and they want to rape our insurance companies for as much money as possible until our policies either get cancelled or our insurance rates go through the roof (we have a Blue Cross policy that we pay ourselves as my husband is self-employed).
Avatar f tn Since then the tingling has combined with the aching in the lower extremities and progressed upward to include the thighs. Exercise makes all of the symptoms worse, as I experience severe aching and muscle twitching after any kind of physical activity. A MRI of the brain and neck revealed increased areas of signal in the brain not consistent with ms.