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  I have had strange symptoms for a while now and I''m not sure what they could mean or if they''re related. For about twoweeks I''ve had discomfort in my chest. I wouldn''t say pain, although every now and then it is

A: Hi! Thanks for the question on the forum. The symptoms you have are very suggestive of GERD or even hiatalhernia wherein a portion of the stomach pushes into the chest cavity. Chronic cough (other than due tosmoking) is often due to GERD. The acid reflux can often cause facial flushing. Acidity, reflux, duodenalulcer can all cause pain in the back, chest and shoulder area. Also you must ask the doctor regarding thepossibility of pancreatitis, which can affect quite a few percent of people who have gall bladder and GERDproblems. Since the EKG is normal, chances of a heart attack are less. However at times EKG is unable to pickup a mild angina case. Hence it would be good to get a complete cardiac checkup which could...


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What is Congestive heart Failure?

A: Congestive heart failure is a condition of the heart that prevents it from being able to pump blood through the body adequately, resulting in decreased functionality of various bodily processes. . symptoms of congestive heart failure include shortness of breath, fatigue, edema, increased fluid and weight, and possible kidney disorders. Congestive heart failure can be brought on through several influencing factors, including prior heart attack, coronary artery narrowing, high blood pressure, heart valve infections or disease, birth defects in the heart, and others. ...


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What Are The symptoms Of A Hiatal Hernia?

A: A hiatal hernia can be completely asymptomatic. Alternatively, it can be associated with gastric reflux disease which means chest pain and discomfort (heart burn). The gastric reflex can can also cause the symptoms of regurgitation and nausea. The larger the hernia, the more likely it is to cause symptoms. My dad had a hiatal hernia several years ago, and he had severe chest pains that made him think he was having a heart attack. He was able to avoid a repeat of the pain with some changes to his diet. Hiatal Hernia pushes some of the stomach up into the lower chest and can cause reflux oesophagitis which is commonly called heartburn, you can...


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Can Hydroxycut Cause heart Pain?

A: Yes, and if it is causing pain then you need to stop taking it immediately, as it can cause serious and life-threatening problems. Since there are high levels of caffeine and other stimulants, it can be a problem for many people who don''t even know they are sensitive to it. Yes, it can and you should discontinue use and see a doctor. It is subject to FDA recall for liver problems. It can also contain unapproved and undeclared drugs. Hydroxycut clearly is linked to heart problems as well as liver and other organ issues. The heart problems associated with this medicine can be life threatening and certainly painful. Little is known about side effects from this product. Stop taking it and see if your symptoms improve....


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heart skipping a beat

A: Hi Mizzlady_j1982,   Your doctor is the best resource to answer your question about the skipped heart beat (i.e. possible causes, do you need further evaluation, etc.).    Here is an article on heart palpitations you may be interested in reviewing:   What Triggers heart Palpitations?   All the best, Lisa Nelson RD Be heart Healthy and Lose Weight...


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heart arrhythmias

A: Arrhythmias are improper beating of the regular rhythmic heart beat. It is seen in normal people, indicating the presence of no major illness. It is also a stepping stone to cardiac problems and stroke. It is a life threatening condition. Also referred to as dysrhythmia, the causative factors are varied. Convalescence post surgery, heart diseases, muscular changes in the heart, bruise from a heart attack and imbalance in electrolytes are a few to mention. Arrhythmias are of various types’ namely atrial flutter, bradyarrhythmia, ventricular tachycardia, sinus node dysfunction, premature ventricular contractions, atrial fibrillation, paroxysmal supraventricular...
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heart Papalations

A: Dear Kelley: You have done the right thing and consulted your Dr. I have also experienced these palpitations from time to time and have also read that they can be related to stress. You really have 2 choices, believe your doctor, take inventory of your life to see if in fact you could find ways to reduce stress at work and or at home. The other choice is to get a second opinion from a cardiologist, if possible. See if they would be willing to run a stress treadmill test to check your heart under fatigue and determine if there is anything to worry about. You see, just worrying about your heart is causing additional stress, therefore, a self-fulfilling prophesy. Drinking coffee can contribute to this problem too. So if you do, and...
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heart rate variability

A: Dear Peter. The only concern is that anxiety and anger make the heart beat faster and are probably not good for a heart with coronary blockage because the increased heart rate requires more blood supply to the heart muscle.  This is a minor concern.  See if you lessen the anxiety or anger, or increase the dose of beta blocker. Please write back if this note doesn"t answer all your questions. David Richardson...
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Does Aspirin prevent type 2 diabetes or help reduce the symptoms of type 2 diabetes?

A: Aspirin cannot prevent type 2 diabetes, but helps to reduce some of the diabetes symptoms and diabetes complications. People with diabetes are at a high risk of heart attack, stroke, blindness, kidney disease, loss of a toe or foot, and erectile dysfunction. But can be avoided by strict diabetes care. http://healthy-ojas.com/diabetes/diabetes-complications.html...


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What is giving my father more frequent heart palpitations?

A: There are a number of possible causes. Sometimes palpitations (feeling the heartbeat) are the result of anxiety and have nothing to do with a heart abnormality. Palpitations can also be caused by irregular heartbeats, which may feel like extra beats or skipped beats. Even though this is common and usually isn''t serious, it can still be worrisome. On the other hand, palpitations can also indicate a more serious condition, such as atrial fibrillation, in which the heart beats rapidly and irregularly. Palpitations can also represent bursts of abnormal heartbeats that can degenerate into rhythms that don''t produce adequate blood flow, which may result in passing out or...


 
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