#1
I was in bed last night and (not for the first time) I could hear my heartbeat in my ears, and it was normal.

About five minutes later it randomly sped up to at least twice the speed, it beat this fast for about 5 seconds and then returned to normal. I woke up this morning and told my Mum about it and she told me to go to the doctors, I went an hour ago and have just gotten back.

They took my blood pressure (she said it was '170') and did an ECG test. The results of the ECG were 'highly irregular especially for someone my age'. She has booked me an appointment to see a heart specialist and if I am worried about my heart at all I am under strict instructions to call 999 immediately.

I am really really scared, as my Grandfather died at 28 of a heart attack and my Father is on medication for a heart problem he has.

Is there anything I should look for that's abnormal? I don't want to call out an ambulance to later realize it's heartburn.

I'm 16 by the way.
Third out in the MOD contest '08.
#3
take a good look at what you eat, try not to eat anything thall be too fatty, salty, or sugary.

try not to eat e numbers cos theyll make you hyper and put your heart into overdrive

whatever the doctor tells you, do it
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The rabbi enjoys a nice drink and the ducks are shooed out so that health services aren't called in.
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#4
Well looks like another case of aids.........................Anally Injected Death Sentence that is.
#5
Quote by GrEgUms1991
To to a doctor you fool!

UG isn't a qualified doctor. geezzzz!!

He's already seen one you fool!
Quote by fukyu1980
LOL ! muther fuker i was gonna say that LOL!
#7
Quote by Metal_Rich
He's already seen one you fool!


Im aware of that you tool!

But if i started getting chest pains i would phone the doctor right away,its the safest way, chest pains can be very serious. (trust me)
#9
Well this is filling me with confidence.. lol.

I know to call if anything goes wrong, but I don't want to like.. make a mistake. Or create a 'boy who cried wolf' situation in my own head (ie. it was nothing last time. I'll be fine. *cue heart attack*).
Third out in the MOD contest '08.
#10
Quote by GrEgUms1991
Im aware of that you tool!

But if i started getting chest pains i would phone the doctor right away,its the safest way, chest pains can be very serious. (trust me)

You should have said that the first time, you didn't make it very clear, but I agree with you , as soon as you start getting any pain raise the alarm!
Quote by fukyu1980
LOL ! muther fuker i was gonna say that LOL!
#11
Quote by Metal_Rich
You should have said that the first time, you didn't make it very clear, but I agree with you , as soon as you start getting any pain raise the alarm!




lol, its all good
#12
Quote by JamMan*
I was in bed last night and (not for the first time) I could hear my heartbeat in my ears, and it was normal.

About five minutes later it randomly sped up to at least twice the speed, it beat this fast for about 5 seconds and then returned to normal. I woke up this morning and told my Mum about it and she told me to go to the doctors, I went an hour ago and have just gotten back.

They took my blood pressure (she said it was '170') and did an ECG test. The results of the ECG were 'highly irregular especially for someone my age'. She has booked me an appointment to see a heart specialist and if I am worried about my heart at all I am under strict instructions to call 999 immediately.

I am really really scared, as my Grandfather died at 28 of a heart attack and my Father is on medication for a heart problem he has.

Is there anything I should look for that's abnormal? I don't want to call out an ambulance to later realize it's heartburn.

I'm 16 by the way.


You're from Bournemouth.
This is very close to me.
I chuckle and return to my trolling.
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lol u have faggot in ur username


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