My Belly (Stomach ) is beating like heart from last week no pain or any discomfort at all But.

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So My Whole Belly is pulsing with heart it Happened all of a sudden after having dinner last week and it haven't stopped since , i have some lose belly fat i am Male 22

69kg 5.6 Height. and sometimes when laying down i can feel in my back too

No Pain or Anything but its making me nervous all the time

previously i was undergoing treatment for Low Platelets and typhoid i was admitted for 3 days and well that was stressful and it happened just 2 day after getting Discharge , so idk if its stress or something serious , i hope not ,

Help me : (

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    Hi thenishant

    I have just eaten a meal and i am relaxing and u can feel my heart pumping to....it does it quite often. I have never been worried about it, it will calm down once food is digested. I wouldn't worry about it just relax after meals until your heart calms down. It's probably something to do with food being digested. By the time i finished this reply my heart is calming down....๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ˜Š

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    Hi thensisant

    No idea why my reply is being moderated nothing untoward in there..It just said i get that to after meals...and i'm fine. Prob something to do with digesting the food...

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    many people can feel their belly pulsating. That is the aorta which is the largest artery in the body. I have also felt that. Usually there is no concern over that. it tells us that our heart is pumping blood well through our body and sending oxygen to all of our organs. but if youโ€™re concerned about it let your doctor know. talking to your doctor will give you peace of mind.

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    sometimes i will feel a shaking sensation in my stomach and it can radiate to my chest. i am not sure if it is the same thing you are feeling but i think mine is just trapped gas in my intestines causing them to shake. i usually take Gas X and it seems to help a little

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