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 Please help??????
I found out a couple years ago that i have a heart murmur. I haven't been to the doctor for it since i was about 11.. and i'm now 15. Latey i've been feeling out of breath and dizzy, ...


 Ihave very high chlestroll[331]i do not have bloked arteries .but i need to get on a good diet to lower it wha
what type diet do i need. anyone out there have the same ...


 How long does it take someone to die who has a dilated heart?
My dad died in his sleep...here is the specs:

Male, 53 y/o, one beer aday, maybe two cigs a day at work, construction worker, played with grandkids, watched TV, worked on cars, ate typical ...


 Weird Heartbeat?
Sometimes my heart beats really fast and I can feel it in my chest. It only beats like a couple of times like that and it makes me have a shortness of breath. It usually happens when Im laying down....


 My father Justcame out of the hospital from a MILD STROKE.....?
And he is stuttering and mumbling words which is very different for him because he speaks very well and intelligently ...i am wondering will he recover from the slurring speech or will he never be ...


 Can gas in your chest (burping) cause heart to beat funny?
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 How long does it take after open heart surgery I can do cement work and brick work?
I'm a contractor and I do brick, block and cement work for a living how long should I take off before I go back to this line of work or should I just not do it any more
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 Dizziness and how to fix it?
My mother in law had open heart surgery about 1.5 year ago. Ever since she is complaining about debilitating dizziness. Doctors can't really find anything wrong. It gets worst when she walks and ...


 What are clues to a stroke?
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 How could children suffer heart attacks and similar coronary diseases?
I'm wondering how could children- and I mean children under 18- suffer heart attacks and similar coronary diseases. The question came to me after hearing that heart disease can strike- and often ...


 Pluse rate?
My pulse rate is about in the high 50's 54-58 is that bad.
My my blood pressure is just fine....


 Just recently i had stress test and the doctor has advised me to go for angeography, what is angeography?
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 Hyperactive thyoid and heart?
would having hyperactive thyroid make you dizzy, have heart palpations and have low pulse. I recently had a pulse of 44?? I go to the doctor tomorrow for my hyperactive thyroid and they are going to ...


 My heart rate has been between 100-120 for the past 5 days. Should I go to the doctor soon?
I take lisinopril 20mg daily and I have stoped caffeine altogether cold turkey. What can I do to lower it?...


 Blood pressure?
what does 108/77 mmHG mean? and what is normal?
im a peteite ...


 What are the main causes of high blood pressure ?
what is the main cause of high blood pressure ?...


 Frusemide reduces Sodium & Potassium and increases uric acid level. What to do in such a case for HTN control?
I have a problem of Hypertension. I am obese (BMI=32+) and Hypothyroid. I also have high level of Uric Acid (6.5). I have been advised to consume Losartan Potassium 500mg and Frusemide 40mgm. daily ...


 Is there a problem with high potassium?
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 How Much does a Artificial Pacemaker Cost?
Hurry Please!!!...


 37yrs old and i have cholesterol (LDL 3.7)?
im 37yrs old and have just been told by my doctor that i need to go on tablets for the rest of my life. my overall cholesterol level is 5.9,im 6ft and weigh 16.5stone and do not exercise but i am a ...



Leigh
Heart randomly quickens and you can see it beaten?
Im writing for my brother here. One day he returned from his aunties, and sat on the computer for three hours. He turns it off, walks into his bedroom, gets changed, brushes his teeth, lies in bed, reads a book for an hour. His heart quickly beatens, over 140 per minute, possibly more. It looked like a cartoon, you could see it, beaten, it was clear to see, it stuck out loads. This never happened before, and he wasn't doing anything, he was very relaxed. Anyone know anything about this. We were going to take him to hospital, but my mother thinks its too late, because it slowed down, about 10 minutes later. Could we still take him. It happened about two days ago. We are defiantly taking him straight away once it happens.
                     




JAW
Should see your doctor if it is becoming fmore frequent, interfereing with activity or brought on by activity, associated with other symptoms i.e. weakness, chest pain, sob. Also if it lasts for more than 30 monutes or so. Also if family history of heart trouble or sudden death.
Limit caffeine intake or other stimulant medications. I have commonly seen this after people have had energy drinks.
I assume no illicit drug use but Cocaine, meth commonly do this.
Your doctor could do a baseline EKG and consider a monitor for few days. No point in monitoring this if it is a very infrequent occurrence.


fancy socks
palpitations,,,,somepeople get them for no reason then they stop,,others get them when over excited,,if it happens regular perhaps you should get him checked out at the docs,,just to be sure,,,im sure he will be fine,,i get them from time to time,,alot of people do but dont realise what it is.


hamonrye
Your brother should see a cardiologist. My husband had the same symptoms as you described and he had Atrial Tachycardia. An EKG is not very helpful unless you are in that rhythm right when they take it. It can be diagnosed by using a stress test where they'll put him on a treadmill and see how his heart recovers from stress.

If he has A-tach, it can be treated by a catheter ablation. Basically they try burning the area that is mis-firing. It's usually a quite safe procedure. But, there are risks of them burning the AVnode(resulting in a pacemaker), so pick a good electrophysiologist.

Of course there are other things it can be, so definitely take him in to see a cardiologist.

Good luck.


antons
Ask HIM!


topcat1
Sounds fine. This happens to me and the specialist said it's quite common and nothing to worry about.


Tin T
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to be honest you should have taken him when it happened. Definately visit the doctor now and tell him. They should end him for a heart scan/ treadmill test or an angio gram. I think what your brother had was a palpitation of the heart. My mum had opne of them, they hospital kept her in and monitrerd her heartrate for about 2 weeks. They have now given her Aspirin....Never leave these things, its better 2 b safe than sorry!! good luck!


Medic
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How old is he? That could be a condition known as SVT ( supraventricular tachycardia) Alot of people have it and it can be very hard to diagnose because it is hard for doctors and tests like EKG's(electrocardiogram) to catch it. They need to pay attention to it and not negelct themselves emergency care if it doesnt resolve. Two common causes are too much caffeine and sugar. He needs to cut down on them. Another common cause is a condition known as Wolfe-Parkinson White syndrom in which a specific electric conduction pathway in the heart (the heart contracts with electric stimulation) that allows baby's hearts to beat as fast as they do doesnt dissolve after birth like it is supposed to causing random "runs" of SVT later in life. This conduction pathway can be surgically dissolved by a doctor in a procedure known as an ablation. This can be treated in an emergency setting with medicine such as Adenosine, or sometimes in extreme situations we have to give them a light electric shock known as a syncronized cardioversion. They are sedated of course.
Smoking and recreational drugs like Cocaine/crack can cause that too. He should see a doctor (just a primary care doctor) about that even if it doesnt happen again because that should be followed up on. Dont let it worry you, just address it. Take care and good looking out for him,dude.


Rhianna
Palpitations can be harmless, but if it's occurring frequently and is interfering with his day to day activities/exercise I'd take him to the GP..actually take him anyways just to be on the safe side..he'll probably do an ECG Also reduce his caffeine and sugar intake...take a note of how long these episodes last for, more than 30 seconds needs to be investigated


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