Gallbladder problems with palpitations feel like you can't breath anyone have this

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Had palpitations for years medicine worked till now had stomach problems then to now palpitations are back feel like I can't breath everyday I have to have my gallbladder out hope this is the cause they never did find out years ago what causes my palpitations if this don't work I have to have a heart cath done

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    These are unrelated problems, and should be analysed or diagnosed/treated separately. 
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      No they are related inflammation of the gallbladder can cause palpitations it is connected to the vagus nerve when it's not working right the vagus nerve sends the heart and brain wrong messages I looked it up I'm hoping this is my problem it all started iny stomach if it's not I have a heart cath set up thanks for your reply

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      Sorry to learn that this is causing your heart problems as well.  All of a body's systems are interrelated, so what one system does or doesn't do affects the others.

      How soon will you be having the gallbladder surgery?  I hope it provides you with some relief! xx  

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      I hope so, too!  Remember that it will take your body time to settle.  It's major surgery!  So give yourself 5-6 weeks for the external stitches, and longer for the internal ones!  The best gift you can give yourself right now is to enhance your body's healing process by rest!

      Please let me know how you get on!

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