Post exercise heart soreness

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231441 tn?1333896366 They recommend that you go by perceived exertion (how hard you feel you are working) rather than heart rate. The 140 heart rate limit may only be relevant to 'high risk' pregnancies....... Newest guidelines from researchers in the area are that moderate to high intensity exercise is fine for pregnant women from conception up to delivery. Following are key considerations.
4437359 tn?1354573986 Remember, four months ago your chest was sawed open, then the ribs stretched open, that is a ripe moment to have a lingering soreness. Hope your heart recovering.
Avatar f tn Now onto your heart..if your heart doc isn't worried you shouldn't be either. If they are just a few irregularities so what ...the body with all of us is imperfect. If you start having other symtoms tho you need to recontact him/her to let them look at you a litle further. Heart flutters are pretty common when someone pushes their bodies in the gym trust me...i used to work out 7 days a week 3 hours a pop.....i have learned to scale that way back...
Avatar n tn There are many causes that can lead to your symptoms. First would be to evaluate for heart disease. An EKG and exercise stress test would be reasonable for this. If negative, you can look for GI causes. An ultrasound can be considered to evaluate for gallbladder and liver disease. The various causes of dyspepsia (i.e. ulcers and inflammation of the upper digestive tract) can be evaluated with an upper GI series or upper endoscopy (which is the more comprehensive test).
Avatar n tn All of sudden in April 2009 I started getting about 24 hours of flu-like symptoms post anaerobic exercise. Included in this is any kind of aerobic exercise with a significant resistance portion such as a "Hill interval" setting on an elliptical machine. I have taken a huge 5 month break of almost any intense physical activity and the first day back at the gym produces the same symptoms as when I was working out 4-5x a week.
Avatar m tn After reading these posts, I believe that post-exercise abdominal pain is not such a rare thing even though my GI doc does not seem to want to hear about it. I cannot manage a life without exercise so am trying to deal with the pain but sometimes it is so bad, I have to take something for it. I have found that eating yogurt with probiotics seems to help but I will continue to read this forum to search for other ideas.
Avatar n tn I had an mitral valve repair and the maze procedure on 11/2/2000 at CCF( McCarthy, Jaber I have a soreness in the right shoulder that feels like I slept on it wrong or pinched a nerve. There is an attendant tingling in my right wrist an thumb area. One night I felt a deep tightness and modrate pain in my right shoulder blade for about 10 minutes. Normal? Common? Concern? The left side is ready for 18 - feels great. The maze. Any pictures,illustrations or description of the proceedure?
Avatar n tn Chris, In order to get your questions answered, you must post under the "post a question" section. You can place your question under the "post a reply" section, but will never get a response. Med Help's forums are a lifesaver to many, but the funding is very limited. There is a limit to the amount of questions that the physicians can answer in a timely fashion. Many of us have had to wait for weeks, even months, to get our questions posted.
Avatar m tn When they took me off the nitro to do the test.the pressure came back. So they decided to do a heart cath instead. The right artery was 80% blocked, so they put 3 stents in to open it back up. I had some slight discomfort the next day, a soreness in my chest a would say the next day that I told the doctor about they assured me that everything looked great and that it should go away. Went for my follow up still had the soreness that came on off.
Avatar n tn During exercise (ie walking) I am not aware of PVC's but later on they will start when I feel that possibly the heart has relaxed, is this normal? and would,nt it be wonderful if you could keep the heart in a 'tightened' state to prevent PVC's.
Avatar f tn I remember when the mapping electrodes were inserted in the vein in my right groin area and when they reached my heart. I remember the fast heart rate, and some of the pacing procedure. Post procedure problems were mostly due to the puncture wounds in my for the catheters, and a huge bruise that went half way down to my knee. Not really a big deal since bruises will heal. About 18 hours after the RFA, I had a few hours of what-the-hell-was-that? heartbeats.
2104591 tn?1334106686 Hi Tory, I had a pain in my chest that went away post tx wk3, was not my heart but no one ever figured out what it was. Then around week 5 went to the doc thinking my asthma was bad, turned out to be bronchitis. Lungs were very full. Tx made me feel so bad for so long, didn't know I was sick. I think getting a second opinion is a very good idea. Just to be sure. A massage sounds lovely. So does a sauna although I don't think I could have handled that week 3 post.
Avatar n tn (sorry I forgot this on my last post!) Exercise made it worse before it got better - stretching muscles previusly injured / unused / etc. Stay strong.
Avatar n tn Hello all. Nice to see others have the same annoying problem that I have. I am 33 years old and have irregular heartbeats (PVC) for approximately 3.5 yrs. Mine occur frequent and as everyone knows, it is irritating. Since that time, I have had every test under the sun with the exception of invasive and nuclear tests. All the tests came back negative for heart blockages etc. The cardiologist says my heart is fine - no problems. For some reason, I cannot except that.
Avatar f tn I have even had an EP Study of the heart all they found was a rapid heart for which I take a heart pill called Zebeta daily. I also take prevecid 2 times a day for the GERD & Hiatal Hernia. My main question & concern is will the gallbladder surgery help all of these symptoms. Are they somehow related. Most have the same symptoms according to my research. It's to the point where I am truly affraid to eat. Can anyone shed some light please & wish me luck.
Avatar n tn i responded to your most recent post above.......i think the lupron is being used on me to shrink the fibroid before operating it.....not just to stop my period.......altho i didn't know that was a side effect????...... Either way, i hope you don't need it girl, boy is it ever expensive!!! my insurance doesn't cover it....=( Good luck to ya!! oh, and i got your email....did you get mine yet?
Avatar f tn I was diagnosed with post viral syndrome this February 2009. I had pneumonia in November which turned into asthmatic bronchitis.
Avatar m tn Hi, i was wondering if trapped gas can cause chest soreness, chest tightness, shortness of breath, stabbing pain which is severe enough to think you are having a serious heart problem. and if the answer is yes, how does one go about solving this trapped gas problem? Thanks.
Avatar n tn She is an athlete and her tightness, heaviness, soreness is located in the back of both calves, but only during exercise. The pressure and pain go away shortly after stopping exercise. All of her tests including x-rays, neurology,emg and ncv, mri, spine, blood work, venous testing have been negative. The doctors are still checking for chronic compartment syndrome but we are having a hard time locating someone who has experience with testing for posterior compartment syndrome.
Avatar n tn Have there been instances of PCS that actually cause panic disorder to reappear or intensify? Could this be activated by the Vagus nerve being irritated post surgery by the left over gas, etc...? Am i on the right course by increasing my Paxil to address this? 2) since my gall bladder removal, i have felt bloated, have a lack of appetite (lost 25 lbs since initial symptoms 4 wks ago), diarreha is bad, and gas feels like it is everywhere in my belly.
Avatar n tn I am average weight (135) and 5'8 and walk daily for exercise. I'm sure my exercise could stand to be increased but with the pain I get distracted and irritated and seem to end my walks earlier than I would like. Has anyone ever experienced this type of progressive deterioration following a cervical spinal fusion?
Avatar n tn After child birth I have a developed a skin tag at the opening of rectum from pushing and straining to push out my baby. Yes, it is called a skin tag - bigger ones are called hemorrhoids. So, essentially, this is a "post hemorrhoid" condition. The appearing of my skin tag is small, nontheless unsightly and somewhat bothersome when cleaning after a bowel movement. And I would like to have it surgically removed as I do not know of anything else that can be done to remove it.
1979414 tn?1337806949 I know a lot contributes to my anxiety, but I am just so concerned it could be something to do with my heart. Every time I just so much as feel an irregular beat I reach for my pulse to make sure it's still beating. This morning I was woken up in a panic around 5am and couldn't breathe. My heart was pounding and I became lightheaded. dizzy, and hot.
63984 tn?1385441539 My Dad is 56 years old and decided about 2-3 years ago to begin seeing a cardiologist due to his strong family history of coronary artery disease. Fourteen months ago he had his first stress test and his doctor told him at that time it was unremarkable. A few months back, he began feeling something "strange" and "different" in his chest, but denied any chest pain.
Avatar m tn Hi, I am a 25 year old male. I have always been paranoid of heart problems due to some odd symptoms I have had. At checkups, though, doctors always tell me I am normal and have nothing wrong with me. At least, they did at my last check up, which was a year and a half ago. Let me know what you think. I have always had a persistent problem with feeling lightheaded and fainting. This happens every once in a while, especially if I get poked with a needle (i.e. at the doctor's office).
Avatar m tn I’m a Norwegian male 40 years old , struggling with worsening stomach illness. situation is desperate. I write and post this here to get suggestions on what drugs and treatments might help alleviate my stomach pain and spasms and resulting heart palpitations. As my situation is complicated I will write a short chronological list and some links to give a overview. This post will be long but please bear with me, as I have a need to explain a very complicated situation.
Avatar n tn My sister went through cancer surgery and chemo last year far easier than this Hep C treatment has been. Bless her heart. Finding these Post Treatment posts has been a God send, as I see I am not the only person having problems after the fact. I guess it's nice to know I'm not alone, although I certainly don't wish it on anybody.
Avatar f tn My sister went through cancer surgery and chemo last year far easier than this Hep C treatment has been. Bless her heart. Finding these Post Treatment posts has been a God send, as I see I am not the only person having problems after the fact. I guess it's nice to know I'm not alone, although I certainly don't wish it on anybody.
Avatar n tn this subject has come up several times recently, check the threads dated 12/14 by doubledose(SVRs, post tx....), 12/13 by Layla(post tx...) and 12/11 by Jonihs(for those who finished....). There might be some mention within other threads of post tx sides, but the threads mentioned might give you a good headstart of other svrs that have checked in and commented already, while you wait for answers here.
Avatar f tn I find that a bit strange. My post op instructions were not to blow my nose, sneeze (keep your mouth open), use a straw, sleep flat (if you did not use packing, this is normal), bend over, or pick up anything heavier than 5 lbs for 3-4 weeks, not months. If you were not given discharge instructions, you can call the surgeon's office immediately. If you cannot get them, then I would report the hospital and doctor to the state medical board.