So confused after test results..

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Ok so I ended up in the hospital earlier with not feeling well.. Mentally I needed to be told it was ok.. So I got the tests done. Ekg, lungs, chest xray, bloodwork, all perfect he said. Yay! But now the question.. I asked about my heart palps that I have during sex sometimes.. He said that it is alot of stress on the heart, but that it isn't normal to have them.. If my ekg and tests "look perfect", what is going on? I should mention that I only have heart palps sometimes during it.. And never once had it happen until March..

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    It's Anxiety and trust your heart this the most strongest mucle in our body and heart palps are normal you are feeling them coz your mind is at it and remember during sex our mucle and brian everything is working. Just take it easy and don't think a lot. 
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    Sometimes I have a random one just sitting on the couch watching tv and it always happens has I'm falling asleep like when I'm going in and out like it's weird I can't explain it
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    This stuff is so random at times. Its hard. It really is strange how it all play out.
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    I thought I was the only suffering from this. Doctors only tell you the main symptoms of anxiety but there are so many weird ones out there. For example I feel like I can feel my blood running through my heart and it freaks me out. But it's just anxiety. I have heart palpitations as well but I've been cleared. I'm convinced it's anxiety. I find they get worse when it happens and you start thinking about it then anxiety kicks in. I hope you get better.
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