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Fluttering feeling under rib cage

Fluttering feeling under rib cage

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Anxiety, dehydration, a strenuous exercise, or the use of caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, or even certain cold and cough medicines can all trigger heart palpitations. Heart palpitations are a common occurrence in pregnant women.
“If you have anxiety-related heart palpitations, you might also have other signs including a disturbed stomach or sweaty palms,” says Dr. Vijayaraman. This anxiety is most likely the result of a stressful situation at work or at home, or a job interview.
However, if your heart palpitations last longer than a few seconds at a time, become more frequent over time, or you know you have a heart disease, this fluttering may be more than just anxiety. It may be AFib, or atrial fibrillation.
“Blood collects in the upper atria during atrial fibrillation, and the heart flutters, or fibrillates, as it tries harder to pump this blood to other chambers of the heart and around the body,” describes Dr. Vijayaraman.
AFib will last a few days for certain people before their pulse returns to normal. AFib can last a long time or become chronic in some people. AFib raises the risk of stroke and heart failure, whether the flutters are transient or permanent.

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Anxiety, dehydration, a strenuous exercise, or the ingestion of caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, or even certain cold and cough medicines can all trigger heart palpitations. Heart palpitations are a common occurrence in pregnant women.
“If you have anxiety-related heart palpitations, you might also have other signs including a disturbed stomach or sweaty palms,” says Dr. Vijayaraman. This anxiety is most likely the result of a stressful situation at work or at home, or a job interview.
However, if your heart palpitations last longer than a few seconds at a time, become more frequent over time, or you know you have a heart disease, this fluttering may be more than just anxiety. It may be AFib, or atrial fibrillation.
“Blood collects in the upper atria during atrial fibrillation, and the heart flutters, or fibrillates, as it tries harder to pump this blood to other chambers of the heart and around the body,” describes Dr. Vijayaraman.
AFib will last a few days for certain people before their pulse returns to normal. AFib can last a long time or become chronic in some people. AFib raises the risk of stroke and heart failure, whether the flutters are transient or permanent.

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Hello there, For the past two to three weeks, I’ve been experiencing an irritating irregular fluttering feeling under my left rib cage. There is no pressure, shortness of breath, or other signs or symptoms. It isn’t as normal as pulsation. It’s almost constant, but it comes and goes. I can’t get it out of my mind. Thank you for your assistance.
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