Heart arrhythmia - Symptoms and Treatment

Heart arrhythmia - Symptoms and Treatment
Published on, 16 April, 2024. Answered by Dr. Bobur and Verified by Dr.Galen Team
Patient Question

Hello Doctor,


I've been feeling like my heart isn't beating regularly. It seems to beat a little stronger and faster than usual, and it feels a bit fluttery, but not overwhelmingly so, and there's no pain. I recently started taking some new medications - quetiapine, buspirone, and escitalopram - and I'm not sure if they're causing this. I just started the buspirone and escitalopram, and I take them all at different times of the day.


Answered by Dr. Bobur


Thank you for reaching out to Dr. Galen. Please find the below response to your query.


Neurological Diagnosis: Indicates underlying nervous system issues, requiring further evaluation.

Heart Rate: Slightly elevated but within normal limits; monitoring advised.

Right Bundle Branch Block: Considered a benign finding on ECG, often requiring no treatment.

Additional Information Needed: Including blood pressure for a comprehensive assessment.

Holter Monitoring Recommended: To assess heart rhythm over 24 hours for more detailed information.




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