Hola muhcas gracias de atemano por este maravilloso lugar de preguntas y respuestas....
Estimado doctor mi problema es el siguente:
Ultimamente eh tenido sensaciones muy extrañas en el corazon, algunas son tan extrañas que ni se como explicarlas ,las mas frecuentes son,Dolor de pecho,latidos del corazon rapidos,.punzadas al pecho toques muy raros en esa area.
Aveces sineto como si el corazon diera un latido extra pero mas fuerte como si se parara por un segundo y volviera a latir con fuerza, como un "GLUP" en el corazon (Sensacion bastante desagradable).
Tambien muchas veces siento como una corrriente que pasa por esa aerea es algo dificil de explicar pero lo que se siente es como si pudieras sentir la corriente de sangre que pasa por las venas,Se que suena estupido pero es realmente lo que siento.
Fui al cardiologo y me ise un examen total del corazon:
Ecocardiograma,placas del torax,prueba de rendimiento,prueba de sangre ect, y en niguno de las purbas salio algo fuera de lo normal gracias a Dios.
Pero lamentablemente sigo teiendo estos problemas y nesesito un cosejo sobre que debo hacer ,!GRACiAS!
Well, if the rapid heart beat occurs without any trigger like exercise, anxiety, dehydration, anemia etc; I would have suggested an evaluation by a cardiologist. Also while a few trigger factors are normal physiological responses like exercise and anxiety induced tachycardia; others like anemia, dehydration, hypoglycemia, hypotension etc. would need an evaluation and appropriate management. However if these episodes occur without ant trigger an evaluation by a cardiologist is implicated which should include evaluation for rhythm abnormalities and possible precursor factors. If these have been tested to be negative and all possible tests including a 24-hour holter has been normal, it is unlikely to be anything serious and could just be due to some minor factors like stress, anxiety, dehydration etc. uses like The chest pain is likely to be due to non-cardiac causes like gastritis, acid reflux etc and you may consider an evaluation by a primary care physician to rule these out; which can be managed accordingly, depending on the cause diagnosed. To avoid the rapid heart beat episodes in future, it is suggested to have a healthy balanced diet with plenty of fruits and vegetables to supply the vitamins and minerals and keep the body adequately hydrated at all times, especially when working out. If you still experience these episodes you may try taking deep breaths in and holding for a few seconds before breathing out.
Hope this was useful.
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