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sian333
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Does anyone have this?

When my heart is at rest, and not being a tachycardic-pain in the butt, it seems to beat with a lot of force when it should be relaxing.

When it's just at rest, it will beat so strong for no reason.

The doctors called this Hyperdynamic Circulation.

I also have trouble exercising, my heart is extremely erratic when I attempt to exercise and I also can't get a breath doing something as simple as walking up a couple of stairs.

Is this common with Lyme, babs / bart? Does anyone know the reason why our body reacts this way?

I have had a full heart work up. All is fine, stress test etc all good. I have MVP with mild regurg, and the doc said my left atrium was slightly enlarged indicating infection or virus etc....anyone have this? Does it resolve?

I appreciate your responses ^___^

Much love and well wishes.

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Keebler
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Yes, all that you describe is very common with lyme/TBD (tick-borne disease). Much is explained in the thread below but a good LL MD is the most important key.

A "full heart workup" with a doctor who is not lyme literate is not at all a "full heart workup" for a lyme patient who needs a lyme literate MD (LLMD), or a LL cardiologist.

Unless they are LL, they don't even know what they don't know about all the ways lyme/TBD changes a body.

Yes, it can get better.

* Treat infection(s) with a LLMD - Be sure all stealth infections have been assessed.

* Support your body with healthful foods, certain key supplements and good self care that includes non-aerobic movement as best you can. All that is included in the thread below.

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http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/77325

Topic: To everyone with cardiac symptoms please read !

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http://www.mbschachter.com/importance_of_magnesium_to_human.htm

The Importance of MAGNESIUM to Human Nutrition

(thanks to Carol in PA for this link)
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Maradona
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It will take long time before Docs figure out to fix your problem .

So my advice take Monolaurin, Olive lief extract ,Flagyl, ceftin and azithromycin.

That way you are covered for almost everything.

This is what did the trick for me not any specialty Dr ,not LLMD ether.

But yes do the tests for the hart your heart may need support with meds like beta blockers.

If you can take IV rocephin at least 2 gr a day,B complex helps with herx and also combination mention up without ceftin.

Remember IV is more stronger and works faster.

Take care

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