In Reply to: Problems belching, feels like this causes my heart to beat irregularity. posted by angela on October 12, 1998 at 13:35:58:
Nearly every time I eat, I get air in my stomach and shortly after, my heart beats irregular. If I can make myself belch by pressing on my upper abdomen it eventually goes away. I have always had trouble belching but the feeling of my heart beating abnormal scares me. This has been going on for nearly 1 1/2 yrs. It's not that I imagine my heart beating this way, I can put my hand on my chest or neck and feel it skip beats or flutter around. Any response to this would be greatly appreciated. Thank you very much. Angela
I get this too and the only time I get the palpatations is when my stomach is messed up. It must have some thing to do with that vagus nerve getting irritated, just my opinion I am no DR. Doesn't this nerve go to the heart and stomach? What do you think Doc? Laurie
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