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Old 04-04-2010, 10:03 PM   #1
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Extra strong heart beats

I am a 26 years old female, has been in good health. Just very recently, about 2-3 days ago I would say, I noticed that I am getting strong extra heart beats which make me really aware of my heart beats. It usually happens after supper. They don't bother my sleeping though. No other symptoms except for slight pain in my chest, which can be psychological.

I had slight pain between the 1st and the 2nd ribs under my left clavical about 8-9 years ago, but it was very slight. I did go to the doctor's once 8 years ago, just to make sure everything was alright. Everything came out fine. And the pain went away until recently I feel it back a little bit. It might also be totally psychological too.

Any input??? Thank you very much in advance!

 
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