Hello - I am in England, and would like help here re the following. Just read jjustina11 and think she may be able to help.
I have suffered very
severe indigestion for a no. of years, mostly this happens when I EAT AND THEN perhaps get up to walk or work in any way. My heart rate goes wild, I then have to lie down on my back and breath very deeply for about 20 mins. Even then I feel no strength at all in my body. I have been taken to hospital for this many times, no real heart problem, other than this - I could have treatment for this (electrical proceedure) BUT it was though uncessary as the attacks are smasmodic.
I have been given tablets to 'slow down my heartrate' but it is very normal at other times, even my doctors agrees. So no unecessary drugs please.
As my digestive system is really really slow, and I have not eaten bread or wheat for years (alergies) I feel that there is a serious connection here - Had all the scans etc. re. heart. So I am not asking without having sought help. But NO - ONE SEEMS REALLY TO UNDERSTAND. WHEN I SAY I GET SERIOUS INDIGESTION AND PROBLEMS, THEY CANNOT 'GET HOW SERIOUS IT IS'
I have read that B12 and magnesium can help, but what I wish to know, if anyone can help, is: IS THERE A CONNECTION BETWEEN THE HEART AND THE DIGESTION, (I know the heart pumps extra blook to the stomache to digest) BUT MINE SEEMS TO OVER DO IT.
AND THEN I GET WEAK.
HOPE SOMEONE CAN SHED LIGHT ON THIS. Thank you Paps.
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