Are you having palpitations?Anemia,narrowing of the coronary arteries that causes a decreased blood supply to the heart muscle, heart valve abnormalities can also cause irregular heartbeats. People with mitral valve prolapse also complain of palpitations. Changes in hormone levels a woman's body before, during, and after menopause can also increase the frequency of palpitation. There are certain medications like those used to treat asthma, high blood pressure, or heart problems which may affect your heart beats. Since you are also having pain in left side of chest and arms you should seek immediate medical help. It can be an indication of anginal pain. A complete clinical checkup and work up like ECG and Echocardiography may help. Do write to me again on how you are doing.
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