I have the exact same thing going on and have on and off for three years. I am searching everywhere trying to figure out what is causing this. My dr. has put me on bp meds for high blood pressure but other than that nothing has been found. I would love to hear any ideas or anything you have found out about this!
Hey Wundergecko, I read your post about the irregular heart rhythm, I'm 17 and I experience the same problem, I would love to talk to you about it. Are you a member of Facebook?
I know the post was over a year old and I hope you manage to receive this note :)
Hi,about meds, ot
I am a nurse and I must tell you that you absolutely need to be followed. At the very least would be to wear a halter monitor so that you can capture an event WHILE IT IS HAPPENING. Keep a journal of meds, over the counter meds, recreational, if any and supplements. Also a diet and activity history would be good. Find a cardiologist who is willing to have you wear a halter monitor!!!
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