Q. Kindly check my reports for abnormality as I am getting palpitations along with gas problem.

Answered by
Dr. Ganeshkumar Suresh Satpute
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Jan 30, 2017 and last reviewed on: Apr 02, 2021

Hi doctor,

I am a 22 year old male with the problem of heart palpitations. Recently, my lifestyle is not active. I feel lazy, and I am overweight. I first got palpitations 10 days before when I woke up on an empty stomach and bloating. I had a few of them even after motion until I had something to eat. In between, I did not have any problems until yesterday when I felt it again the same time when I woke up. Palpitations last for maybe a minute with two to three skipped heartbeats. During palpitations, I do not experience any other symptoms. When I start walking or jogging, my heart beat increases and I stop having this feeling of skipped heartbeat. Please tell me if this is something to worry about or not.



Welcome to icliniq.com.

Occasional missed beats are very common in normal people. But, if they are coming recurrently, then you should undergo some tests.

Please get the following tests at cardiology center near you.

  1. ECG (electrocardiogram).
  2. 2D echocardiogram.
  3. Treadmill testing.

Remember, it could be nothing, or it could be some serious disease, and it cannot be said before tests. So, do not worry right now and do the above tests

Revert with the reports to an internal medicine physician online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/internal-medicine-physician

Hi doctor,

I had ECG and 2D echo. I have attached the reports. Yesterday, I had frequent palpitations along with gas problem. Kindly check for any abnormalities.



Welcome back to icliniq.com.

All your reports are within normal limits (attachment removed to protect patient identity). You need not worry regarding palpitations.

It can be due to gas problem and I suggest you tablet Betacap (Propranolol) 10 mg twice a day, tablet Restyl (Alprazolam) 0.25 mg at night, tablet Gerbisa (Bisacodyl) two tablets at night for constipation, tablet Rifastop (Rifaximin) 200 twice a day and tablet Pantakind flux (Pantoprazole) once a day for five days.

For further information consult an internal medicine physician online --> https://www.icliniq.com/ask-a-doctor-online/internal-medicine-physician

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