I have same problem, lost 31 pounds recently and seems like without added fat on my body I can feel heart beat in my back, left side, right side. I don't sleep on my chest so dont know if I can feel it there. But I am constantly aware that it is beating also suffer from palps, flutters, flip-flops, pvcs, pacs. Those are bothersome too...I have had them bad the last two days maybe since I ate so much Turkey on Thanksgiving...
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I recently realize that I have always noticed my heartbeat and for some reason I started asking every member of my family they all gave the same answer, no one can feel his or her heart without touching their throat or wrist, but I feel it in my chest all the time, I can even feel my veins beat, as if I am totally aware of how my blood runs trhough my body. And as you, I can feel my heart stop or beat in funny ways every once in a while, like racing and then stopping, and other times it beats at pauses... it's weird.
I can always feel my heart beat, also. I failed recently a stress test and echolgardiogram. Now, I'm scheduled for an angiogram. The cardiologist said my pumping action is not right. Interesting! My bp is always low, pulse is normal, weight is right. Strong family history of heart problems, though. We'll see!
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