I am 41 yrs old ...125 pds was fairly active with low impact cardio 3x a week for 30 min ...then I started having pains in the chest,,I do suffer from anxiety and panic attacks as well as costochondritis ...now recently I felt weird went to er they did all blood work and ecg and echo of the heart seen cardiologist he said all is good heart of an 18 yr old no worries but yet ...When I feel my heart beat I think it is skipping a beat ...how do I know this...
I would love a second opinion ......I dont have any heart desease in my family ....any suggestions ..I dont know what does a skipped heart beat feel like.
The heart has a regular rhythm and rate, if there is an abnormal rhythm, it impinges on the normal one thus causing distortion of the usual rhythm of the heart, and we can perceive this heart beat referred to as palpitations. Sometimes abnormal rhythms need 24 hours holter monitoring to be detected. So, if your symptoms persist, please discuss this with your doctor.
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