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You can feel only paroxysms of fast heart rate and palpitation
That is why if a person is found to have a normal ECG and suspected of arrhythmia an ambulatory ECG or Holter monitoring is done to confirm or rule out arrhythmia
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It means attacks of fast heart rate or rather episodic fast heart rate or palpitation
So it is not a must to have palpitations all the time if someone has arrhythmia
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No it is not necessary
Arrhythmia is an abnormal rhythm of heart while murmur is an extra sound which can be heard due to various problems like a valvular disease