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Reply #60 - May 11th, 2010, 1:05pm
 
HEY everyone im newbie im chantel 25 from worcestershire mummy to 3 beautifulk boys and youngest colby is just 3mnths old .been suffering with anxiety but now sufering loads of scarey effects would love some info on palps an what u all feel frm them my biggie is heart beat fluttering in my throat and everywhere its nasty .hope ur all ok and having a good day lots of love c.xxxx
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Reply #61 - May 12th, 2010, 1:06am
 
Hi There Smiley

Come over to the symptoms part to post and learn more, Jason - I'm also quite new Smiley
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Reply #62 - May 15th, 2010, 1:29pm
 
Hi all, I'm Edward, 20 years old and have been afflicted with anxiety, panic attacks, ectopics and so on since I was 18. Really glad to have found this site and I'm somewhat relieved that my symptoms aren't as unusual as I initially thought. Reading people's stories has really helped to keep me self-assured, so I thank you all Smiley
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Reply #63 - May 15th, 2010, 6:23pm
 
Hi, I'm a 58 year old female who has had palpitations since I was pregnant 30 years ago.
My doctors have checked me out thoroughly and say nothing is wrong, but I still get upset with the sensation.
It has ruined my life as far as travelling, etc.
I just heard about this site and I pray I will learn from others, and that I will feel better.

God Bless You All!
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Reply #64 - Jun 7th, 2010, 10:24am
 
Hi All!

Wanted to drop quick hello and to say thanks to the contributors here.  Very informative.

Cheers

Mart
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Reply #65 - Jun 9th, 2010, 10:25am
 
Hi Mart.
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Reply #66 - Jul 14th, 2010, 2:15pm
 
Hello everyone, I've already posted a long post in the main forum.  My name is Grant, I live in Kansas, I'm 35 (almost 36) and I first noticed my palps a couple weeks ago (June 26th).  I am a big time worry wart, I worry about everything and it can become obsessive at times.  Right now my mind is obsessed with worrying about the PACS that I've been diagnosed with.  I've also had some things checked out over the last two weeks....24 hour holter monitor which confirmed the PACS, blood work (normal), echo (normal), treadmill test (normal)....been told they are common and that I'm fine....but yet I'm still struggling.  I would do anything to "feel normal" again.  I look forward to reading everyone's experiences and posts...take care!

Grant
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Reply #67 - Aug 5th, 2010, 8:30am
 
Hi guys,

Sorry I have been posting without officially  introducing myself.  This is a great site.  Unfortunately it took  4 years to find it.  My palps are all PACs,  My recent holter monitor revelealed 4999 of the PACs. sometimes I feel them every other beat all day long.  Very debilitating life altering, affects quality of life.  I know I am not dying, not scared of dying of heart issues, mine is just the constant annoyance will drive you to lose your sanity.

But having a site like this knowing your not alone is wonderful.  Thank you RLR for all your supportive information.   cck9
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Reply #68 - Aug 31st, 2010, 11:48am
 
Hi all, I am Moira, have issues with palps and rapid heart beat and high blood pressure, so have health anxiety around all of this.  Glad I found this place, and wish everyone all the best!!
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Reply #69 - Sep 2nd, 2010, 8:29am
 
Welcome  Smiley
see you around no doubt  Smiley
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Reply #70 - Sep 15th, 2010, 5:26am
 
hi
i understand everyones concern since when the pvc's are felt(which this episode, i've been getting them every 3-5 beats when im standing or sitting)thank goodness im getting a brake when i lay down ...everytime they happen it's like an alarm goes off in my body of a startle feeling and a panic in my brain of "somethings wrong, how can this be ok for my body?, maybe they didn't find REALLY whats wrong, this can't be good, maybe things changed from the last time i was to the doctor ...on and on and on..........i am a mother of 6 and i myself am 47yrs...my first 4 kids are all adults and im a grandma 4 1/2 times my one daughter in law is expecting again..and my two little ones are 7yrs and 4 yrs daughter and my son.....this has been my second episode of these runs with the pvc's and i cry since i feel like i become in some way handicaped since i do everything just wanting to lay down so the pvc'c can go away and i can feel normal(i also have my beautiful 95 yr old mom living with me and i care for her...i feel so helpless and angry at the same time...in the past about 15 to 20 yrs ago i would get the palpatation and then it would go into svt's where the first time i got this i called the ambulance and informed my kids that if i fell to the floor to please let the people in that were comming to the house that mommy would be ok...once the emt's got to my house they stopped. i was put on antenenol.25mgs and was instructed how to do the baring down vagus vagal technic...i love riding horses and doing sports but am always holding back since even on the medicine anything can trigger off...i was told by a doctor i could have a procedure done(cathedar ablation)that this might help....now all of a sudden these wonderful constant pvc's are visiting me Embarrassed ... it just becomes so time consuming to worry and i don't want to but i can't stop the worries from going through my mind!!!! theses pvc's started on sept 4th after my oldest son got married i was stressed, exhausted and releaved that my mom was ok throught he whole wedding considering she fainted at my other sons wedding 2 yrs ago and i spent the reception party time in the er after the ambulance drive to the hospital in my gown with my husband(it was horrible) everyone was so upset....Thank God all turned out ok...well...... now what to do ??? take another medicine? ride it out see if they go away? and oh i forgot to mention that when i do stand up i feel a ball in my stomach it feels tence not a pain just like a tight muscle or something ......this sight is a God sent!!!!!! im sorry everyone on here is having a bad time with the palpatations(pvc's)......but i do Thank God im still here and hope to be for still quite some time........before i go i also wanted to mention i read about a "wolff parkinsons white syndrome" i need to mention this to my cardio dr today since i do remember experiencing feeling my heart beating fast when i was young....anyway...looking forward to any responces to my letter-- feel good and God Bless........
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Reply #71 - Nov 12th, 2010, 1:14am
 
Hello Friends
I am Nelsonn
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Reply #72 - Nov 12th, 2010, 4:39am
 
Wotcha Nelsonn!  Welcome to the forums!

Hope you find some real useful information around.  If you've not done so already I recommend working your way thought the Heart Palpitation 101 posts at the top of the General Discussions forum (this one).

Mart
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Reply #73 - Nov 19th, 2010, 5:54pm
 
howdy!
I'm a noob. I'm a 25 yr old mother of 3 and military wife. I have issues with palps of.a.skip or extra beat in nature. rarely flutters or tachy.
I am a photographer part time in portraiture and wildlife. I am also nearly.finished with my Psychology degree with a specialization in Anxiety disorders.
I.hope to make.strong connections here so we can help each other with this
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Reply #74 - Nov 19th, 2010, 9:39pm
 
Hi everyone. I've posted here lots but I figure I'll introduce myself a teeny bit.

My name is Andrea, I'm 28 years old. I'm engaged to be married. I have a bachelor's degree in social work, and I'm working on my master's degree in social work starting next summer.

My palps started 2 months ago, I had 3 bad run-ons of them in the first month. Since then it's been a stray ka-thunk in the chest here and there, not more than once per day.. if that. Had the usual tests, all came back negative. I think mine are brought on by anxiety and my bad stomach.

I also think the vagus nerve is a huge jerk for causing all of these problems. Tongue
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