Yes, heart flutter is actually a very main side effect of pain medication. I had a root canal recently and this happened to me. It gets slower and more spaced out as the medicine wears down. You shouldn't have anything to worry about unless it is persistent when you are not on the medication or you have taken too many pills. Hope I was of some help!
Heart palpitations are what causes your heart to flutter.
She felt her heart flutter when he waved.
No. Indigestion generally has no effect on the heart whatsoever. The sensations caused by indigestion can feel very much like a "heart flutter", however. In fact, it can sometimes be difficult for a physician to differentiate between the two without further testing. If you are concerned that you may be experiencing heart flutter, I would recommend seeing your doctor for an EKG (electrocardiogram) at the very least, to rule out any sort of heart problem.
Atrial flutter-- Rapid, inefficient contraction of the upper chamber of the heart.
I don't know but I had heart flutter for years and thought that it was normal until I discovered that I had Arrhythmia. During that treatment I learned that heart flutter was not normal and should be treated. Arrihythmia is associated with Racing heart and irregular heart beat. It should be treated my a doctor . Medication is usually prescribed and with good results... Have you ever had your thyroid tested. Best to do the Complete Thyroid Panel. Research Hypothyroid/Hashimoto's/Hyperthyroid at www. about.com. Search Thryoid symptoms for their list.
There is no medication known as a "heart attack pill." Patients with heart attacks may be given aspirin and morphine.
A medication used to treat various heart conditions such as high blood pressurs, atrial fibrullation, atrial flutter and tachycardia among others
Atrial flutter-- A rapid pulsation of the upper chamber of the heart that interferes with normal function.
It should not "flutter" perhaps you just feel the tightening in your chest. It does increase thoracic pressure which your heart may be reacting to. If you are worried see a doctor and ask for a heart monitor that will record your heart when you yawn.