Abnormal rapid heart beating rate changes and heart stings. What could it be?

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BlueBird2-0dlx
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   Posted 6/25/2011 4:01 AM (GMT -6)   
It's been worrying me for the last year strongly since the problem has started to get worse. I never had any registered heart diseases or conditions. (well, possibly because i never checked myself)

As long as i remember myself, i always had a problem with my heart. At some times whenever i used to stretch my torso back (since childhood it was so) i used to get these powerfull stings in the heart. With age it seemed to have gotten better but it still persists. Sometimes i may have random stinging pain in the heart area, a bit more to the left side of the chest. No chance of trying to breathe deep or else the pain gets worse. Well, stretching aswell.

Another abnormality which i have noticed, is that at moments when i sit or lay without any physical activity at all, i would get these sudden heart beating rate changes. To describe it, it would be like "beat... beat... beat.. beat,beat,beat,beat.... beat,beat... beat..."
Sort of like an adrenaline effect.

Now i know this is not a way to diagnose myself, but i am just interested on what does anybody know about these things? Where i come from medicine is not very developed, but either way i will be consulting a doctor soon because i have no choice.

Anyone has any ideas on what could it be, i'll be very thankful. Any suggestions at all are welcome.

I also wanted to mention that lately they discovered me staph epidermis infection. A bit earlier it was haemoliticus, but after i recieved a vaccine for it, it got worse. Doctors said it's normal that it's worse, and if all goes well it should dissapear. Could this be somehow connected with what's happening to my heart? confused

One more thing to mention, is when i breathe air deep and hold it in some time, at the time when i release it out i get extremely dizzy... if i don't hold on to something i'll most likely just collapse on the ground.

Post Edited (BlueBird2-0dlx) : 6/25/2011 4:07:49 AM (GMT-6)


stkitt
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   Posted 6/25/2011 4:49 PM (GMT -6)   
 
Welcome to HealingWell. I am sorry to read of your concerns re your health.  I would encourage you to seek out a medical screening exam to rule out any problems with your heart.
 
We are a support group and are here to give and receive both emotional and practical support as well as to exchange information. People with health conditions, as well as their friends and families find support groups to be a valuable resource and get confirmation that their feelings are "normal", educate others, or just let off steam.

I would not want to try to guess what may be causing your problems but perhaps someone else has had similiar pains.

I am glad you posted and I look forward to getting to know you better.

Kindly,

Kitt



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BlueBird2-0dlx
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   Posted 6/26/2011 3:51 AM (GMT -6)   
Good day Kitt, and thank you for replying. It's very pleasing to know that people do read and pay attention... with time maybe i'll be lucky enough to hear from someone who knows anything about this. Which is why i'd like to kindly ask please, if moderators could maintain this topic unlocked for a little bit of time... i never heard any kind of these symptoms from anyone, nor did i find any concrete info on the interenet so... i'm very curious and in need of at least some suggestions. By the time i was growing, mother used to tell me it's because of the age and because i grew tall a bit faster than all of them. I used to believe that till these last moments, but it's prolonging for too long... and with this infection and stuff...

Many thanks once again for replying Kitt, wish you health and a fine day. Thank you for your help, i will be consulting a doctor as soon as possible.

Dmitrii.

stkitt
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   Posted 6/27/2011 9:10 AM (GMT -6)   
Dmitrii,
 
I am sorry I did not have personal info to share with you.  I sure will leave your thread open and will bump it to the top in hopes a member will have some input for you.
 
I wish you peace,
 
Kitt
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BlueBird2-0dlx
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   Posted 6/29/2011 3:07 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello Kitt, thank you for maintaining the topic open for some time.

Basically research over the internet and a visit to the doctor to be sure about my condition, lead me to find out i've got a damaged heart valve. It's unknown how did i get the disease, there can be several reasons: Inherited, developed while in my mother's womb from outside affection (radiation, toxins) or just catched somehow in life. The staph epidermis is part of the endocarditis infection, this is an infection of the heart valve, occurs very often when the infected has a heart valve desiese. Generally it is all treatable; heart valve with surgery, endocarditis can be neutralized before surgery with antibiotics.

I thought i'd put all the detail and info for people who might stumble across the topic and have the same symptoms

Basically people, if you happen to have such a thing, don't worry... start treating and monitoring yourself and it will be treated.

Thank you Kitt for your attention and introduction to the forum, looking forward on knowing the members and topics better after surgery and recovery.

Hope to get back here soon enough!

Dmitrii.

stkitt
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   Posted 6/29/2011 7:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Dmitrii.
 
Is it a mitral valve ? I am so glad you found out about your damaged heart valve and that you are going to be able to have it fixed.  Please know I am sending many good vibes for your surgical procedure to go smoothly and please keep us posted.
 
Kindly,
Kitt
 
 
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