Hello and thank you for your question. I’d be happy to assist you.
I understand your concern.
Stress, anxiety, fear are emotions that may trigger extrasystoles and then resulting in such symptoms
You can take OTC Aspirin.
Also do deep breathing.
Acid reflux can be contributing to pain also so try OTC Prilosec.
Avoid caffeine,alcohol,spicy food,chocolate,high sugary food which can also trigger extrasystole.
Almost 95% cases of extrasystoles are caused by stress and not by a physical heart problem.
Try chamomile,lemon tea.
Always keep a positive attitude.
Take plenty of sleep.
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No,results of echo can't change in few days.
They are valid for more than 6 months.
As per your history,you shouldn't undergo repeat testing before 1 year.
Your results are normal so needn't to worry.
Keep faith on yourself,god and doctors.
You are fine.
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You should try such self care measures which we discussed earlier.
Meditation,yoga,aerobic exercises can be tried.
Listen to music, meditate, get a massage.
Count to 10 slowly and do deep breathing.
Exercise can be helpful.
Hope this helps.
Monitor your blood pressure and pulse rate.
Also take OTC Aspirin and Prilosec when you feel pain in chest.
Most likely you feel better.
And your blood pressure and pulse rate would be normal.
Yes,this could be due to anxiety.
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Meditation,yoga,aerobic exercises.listen to music, meditate, get a massage and count to 10 slowly and do deep breathing are best ways.
Results of echo can't change in few days.
Yes,they can lead to anxiety.
You should try such measures as we discussed earlier.
They wouldn't be related to heart.
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Your investigations tell your heart is fine.
Yes,it couldn't happen in a week.
It's panic attack.
I really assure you 100 % definitely it's not heart related.
Your heart is fine.
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I am a board certified physician with more than 30 years of experience in medical field.
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