My heart pauses during a B.M, climbing stairs,lifting weights or heavy objects, walking briskly than sitting down, or sometimes just sitting and taking in a deep breath, it'll pause, sometimes the pausing will turn into an erratic rhythm, beating and pausing, like a beat beat pause, it's very scary, the worse is when I'm just sitting and all of a sudden I get this strangling like feeling, like I'm being choked, I can't breath because it's like I'm not getting any oxygen, if I stand sometimes my heart will pound and I'll get this pressurized like feeling in my airway, if my boyfriend hugs me and I lean up to hug back and if my neck gets touched in a certain way, I feel like I'm going to pass out, being anxious also makes my heart pause when I breath in deep, whats scary is how EVERY deep breath will sometimes cause a pause, and pause sometimes lasts what feels like a lifetime, like it's NOT going to start back in a normal sinus rhythm, I've been to see 2 cardiologists,1 who has only witnessed PVC's and PAC's, says my heart is ok, he has given me an echo, and I've a holtor but none of the above listed have occured,2nd doc did an echo and a stress test(2 weeks ago) didn't give me a holtor because he said my last holtor a month ago was fine, he also dismissed me and said I was ok, said my heart was structurally normal, how accurate are these tests and do I "sound" fine to you?
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