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Heart Palpitations after laying down
I had acid reflux problem some days back along with heart Palpitations. I was taking medicines for heart Palpitations and anxiety ( suggested by my doctor). My chest x ray was normal, ecg was normal, spo2 test was normal. What could be the other cause ??? Due to lockdown doctors are not available. Should I ask my doctor for holter monitor or endoscopy ...Due to heart Palpitations I am not able to sleep property.  Thanks in advance. Kindly help me out.
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Get one echocardiogram done. And ecg at the time of palpitations
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It is difficult to say if you dont mention the medications you are taking and the ecg you have done previously, load it.
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Tab alprazolam .25 at night Tab pan d in morning will cure you in 5 days
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Hello, The palpitations could be due to anxiety or thyroid disorders or anemia or cardiac arrhythmia. Just get your echo , hemoglobin done before doing holter. I also need to know what medicines you are taking now. Take care
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Do u smoke? What medicines are you taking as of date?
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