Last night I noticed when laying on my left side I noticed a funny sensation with my heart beating weird. I sat up took my blood pressure it was 118/65 pulse 77 but showed I had an irregular heartbeat. I waited about 5 minutes took it again blood pressure was 127/75 pulse 85 no irregular heartbeat symbol. I have had all the test run before, ekg, 30 event monitor, echo all showed normal except the occasional skipped heartbeats that are more like thud and other than mild mitral valve prolapse my heart was structually fine. This is the second time this has happened in a month with the irregular heartbeat symbol on the monitor and me feeling like this. The weird feeling was like my heart was beating out of rhythm. Could this have been Afib or was my heart just skipping alot. I do have alot of acid reflux lately as well. What kind of irregular rhythm would the heart monitor show? I am really concerned now.View Thread
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