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  1. I do get it too, for me it's not painful but it's like a heavy burning sensation in the center left of my sternum, I went to the A&E like 20 Times All comes clear.
  2. Wow your case is almost a carbon copy of mine I'm 29, everyday like you said I feel I don't belong in this body, I dream to go back in time and be normal again, I used to run, go traveling, hiking, now I'm lucky if I survive during work. I feel like a a ton of bricks in my chest, pressure, out of breath, cleaning the dishes put me in a shakiness and sweating, just horrible. I'm taking Magnesium Citrate for the PACs, someday it works someday it doesn't. I was able to push my GP for a TTT and he's hands on, I almost cried to him that I can't even go upstairs without feeling I'm go
  3. I'm pushing hard too, it's unbelievable how some doctors play you down. The same story with my SVT after 11 years of arrhythmia finally a doctor actually listened to me. I understand you about the stomach problem, anything I eat even small meals makes my symptoms worse, bloated, short of breath, palpitations is just so hard to do anything! It like someone turn off the switch in my body and now is not working.
  4. I had an arrhythmia called SVT which was hopefully corrected through catheter ablation. No signs of Brugada, no sudden death in family, but I do have have early CAD family history but as I said I had stress test and nothing showed. I do have few PACs and occasionally PVC, and sinus arrhythmia but doctor told me is completely fine.
  5. Thank you for the info! What it bother me the most is the tachycardia! Like if I move around and in bed my heart starts going crazy, stretching is impossible without having a extra fast heart rate, any sudden movement can make my heart jump out of my chest. Some days I wonder if it's gonna give up beating...
  6. I'm from the UK ( London), They wanted to send me to St. Mary's hospital but I don't know what happened and Nevers heard of the cardiologist, I tried to push my GP about it but he always says"let me see what can I do" but nothing gets done. Yes I printed the GP info and I'm going to show it again to my GP, let's hope for the best but this is very debilitating. Thank you!
  7. They ruled out Raynaud disease as my hands only get red not the typical white, red and purple change, No cranial Doppler but I will try to talk to my GP but they are kinda skeptical with me and to get a referral is going to be tough. They are investigating Thoracic outlet syndrome but I was negative in the open hand close hand exercise they do with no significant oxygen level reduction. My symptoms come everytime I exert myself or if I am in a stressful situation, standing too long can be a chore with the dizziness. Sometimes I am symptomatic even at rest. Some days I get g
  8. Hello there, I am a 29 years old male struggling a little bit with something I don't know yet, but hopefully you can help me out with this situation as I think I have a sort of dysautonomia problem. A brief story, I was (sadly) a healthy young man, little bit overweight but a runner ( 2 marathon under my belt and 12 half marathon) so I was in an OK shape, April 2017 I was visiting my family in Portugal, we were in a grocery store when I started jogging towards my wife to do the check out together, I felt a Hugh thud in my chest that hurt and my heart was beating at probably 200+ (
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