The Cause Of Heartbeat Feels Jerked?
Excuse me. My age is 27 years ago. I was diagnosed with chronic iachaarnic heart disease, unspecified. Then the cardiologist advised me to echo, and then the results were all good. But there were problems in my heart such as jerking. and has been X-rayed. I am afraid that every heart jerks in 1 day can be 5 to 10 x already 4 days. Do I have heart disease, please explain yes. Thank you very much.
Hello Bastian, thank you for asking.
I'm not sure what you mean by chronic iachaarnic heart disease, because there is no such diagnosis. Chances are you are wrong to catch what your doctor says. False arrests do often occur because the medical term is not easy to understand. Chances are you mean ischemic heart disease. This condition is a condition in which a portion of the heart tissue that lacks oxygen supply so that it is damaged. That is caused by coronary artery blockage. Symptoms can be chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue or gasping, or palpitations. However, sometimes the ECG picture does not specifically refer to a type of heart disorder. That is why your doctor recommends further examinations in the form of echocardiography and treadmills. Good results from both tests, may indicate no heart tissue is damaged.
The feeling of jerk in the heart is probably caused by a disturbance of the heart's rhythm, called arrhythmia. Not all types of arrhythmias are dangerous. Some types of arrhythmias in healthy young adults who have no history of heart problems are generally benign and can subside on their own. Benign arrhythmias are not accompanied by symptoms such as chest pain, shortness of breath, cold sweat or fainting. Conversely, if an arrhythmia is accompanied by these symptoms, then there is a possibility that the arrhythmia must be treated. A person with benign arrhythmias is generally not given any therapy by a doctor. Doctors only recommend exercise routines, avoid psychological stress, and control routines.
You should consult with a cardiologist to find out if there is an arrhythmia. Generally, if it's a benign arrhythmia, an EKG picture when there is no arrhythmia attack will look normal. You don't need to worry first. Discuss this with the cardiologist so that you get targeted information.
Hopefully this answer is enough to help you. Regards.