The more I exercise, the more this happens. Not necessarily more in one day, but as a whole.
Whenever I get into a good routine of exercising, the more often this happens.
I've had it happen right after leaving the gym and I've also had it happen hours later, when I'm relaxing in bed.
Usually it starts off with me realizing my heartbeat seems a bit stronger. I then feel a flushed feeling over my entire body and my feet get cold. It feels like I'm about to pass out. Usually I can kinda snap myself out of it by slapping my leg or making a shouting noise, but it's still scary.
I've been to the doctor numerous times. About 2 years ago I went and got a stress test done and the doctor said that the valve pumping blood out into my body wasn't doing it as good as it should. I was never prescribed anything and I was never told to have any type of operation or treatment done.
Recently my PCP gave me two EKGs and they were normal. I went for an echo and all it showed was that my left atrium was mildly dilated, but it wasn't an issue.
This has happened in the past. I'll get into the habit of working out and once I start getting into a good routine, this happens and I sideline myself because it makes me nervous.
I'm a 32 year old male.
I am heavily overweight, but trying to work on it.
Lately I have been eating very good. I lost about 15 pounds since my echo and that was just over a month ago.
Any input would be appreciated.