Fluttering in your chest that has not been documented on an EKG is probably a short run of a atrial tachycardia that all of us experience but some don't feel the flutter.
Anxiety can easily cause this as I have had it too in high anxiety situations but have learned to not panic and except it as normal. I know I will be ok.
If you start to have an increase in it or other symptoms with it, please contact your physician or call a nurse answer line at your clinic for advise.
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