I have had all necessary tests to find out I have a normal heart. I have suffered terribly over the years over skipped beats and runs of fast beats. They cannot find anything wrong with my heart. I even have had 2 EP studies on my instance that something is wrong.
Can you tell me if you think it is normal for a person to have around 100 pauses in there heartbeat a day when you feel it do a double beat or stop and then do a hard beat? I don't know anyone else that has these horrible things. I also sometimes (maybe once a month of so) where I can feel my heart just going fast and then pause and then thump and back to normal. I usually get this for no reason when I am sitting relaxing or going to sleep. It goes fast for about 20 beats and then goes thump and back to normal. I have had echo's, holters, stress test, EP study and as I say they find nothing wrong and say I have a normal heart. Would you say it is a normal heart with all these weird things going on? Also I wanted to mention that the slightest amount of stress or feeling anxious I will be some weird beats. Would that be a bad thing do you think? It stresses me out!
If all your tests are normal I think you are perhaps over-worrying a bit. I don't want to minimize your symptoms but I am very surprised that you have had 2 EP studies (which have some risk) for very little benefit. Perhaps this is an anxiety disorder? I think you should look into that possibility. Good luck to you
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