Heart skips or stops a beat??

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Hi all! I want to ask about what I'm experiencing right now, I have that felling that my heart works in three beats and in the fourth stops or misses a beat! I just got my blood pressure and was 115/68 pulse 95 but was showing the sign for Irregular heartbeat! Even without blood pressure I can feel that my heart skips beats and I'm so scared right now! Is normal this thing considering the anxiety? I had an event monitor last month which was normal , and tons of ekg normal too!! 😕

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    So, darling, there's nothing wrong with your heart. That's good.

    Sounds like you have anxiety disorder. Suggest you see your doctor.

    Love Tess xx

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      I'm on anxiety med and my pc relates everything to anxiety but still irregular heart beats are showing often in blood pressure monitor! I had a event monitor last month and they didn't saw abnormal thing in it !its hard and confusing all that...

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      My dear, everybody in the world gets irregular heartbeats. That is normal.

      I understand your confusion. Try stopping using the BP monitor - you don't need it. Your BP was normal at the hospital and all your many heart tests are normal, too.

      Who suggested the BP monitor - was it a medical professional?

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      That's what the doctor said to me,that everybody experience skipped beats but you just are so aware of it and experience simptoms ! But I really feel so bad in the moment chest tingling shortness of breathe! Pc suggest to not take the blood pressure during the day but for me is like a reassurance when I feel bad! Is regular bp monitor that I bought at cvs pharmacy 3 years ago 😕

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