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For many-many years I have struggled with what most of us in here I guess know of, the ectopic heartbeats.
But lately, I have noticed tht te heart feels more sensitive? By that I mean, lets say I drive a car. If I drive a stiff car, a car that is not too comfortable, and ride over some bumps in the road. Belive it or not, the bumps are felt in the "hert" or arounbd the heart. Same if I bend over to pick something up from the floor, which will often give me a ectopic beat, if I turn a certain way, etc.
It just feels supersensitive to outer stuff, like the car driving thing. Even playing guitar rapidly, or jogging, it feels like every heavy step that hits the ground, sends a shock through the body (as it does in all people) which in some screwed up way feels uncomfortable in the heart itself.
Does anyone know this, or had it, or heard of it? Makes me not wanna do fun stuff anymore, and actually a bit hestitant to drive because of the discomfort.
I am 41. Male, and 187 cm tall and very skinny. Lost some weight lately, thinking if maybe the low bodyfat might play a role?
(Yes, been checked by crdiologist numerous times for other heartrelated stuff such as arrythmias, ectopics, even did a calciumscore, CT, MRI, etc). January I am beeing hooked up with a R test to see about the ectopics again. But this, its hard to explain to a doc.
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